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ogenberry, found in the city contrary to law, with a King William county register, was sent home.--Ro. Christian, a Williamsburg free negro without a register, charged with stealing a pair of pantaloons from the Exchange Hotel, was ordered 25 lashes.--Henrietta, slave of M. Hill, charged with beating another darkey in the street, was ordered 15 lashes. --Eliza Jones, while, charged with walking in the street with Peter, slave of B. Hall, and associating with negroes, was admonished and discharged. Her companion was ordered 15 lashes,--William, slave of John P. Ballard, found without a pass and in possession of a pistol and dirk, was ordered to be licked.--William, slave of T. W. Hoenniger, was ordered a whipping for trespassing on the lot of J. R. Payne.--J. Limpaky was fined $5 for abusing Samuel Ellis, Clerk of the First Market, while under the influence of ardent spirits — Susan A. Walden and Emeline, two slaves found airing themselves in a carriage, were each ordered 15 lashes.