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Major's Court --In the absence of His Honor, Recorder James K. Caskie administered upon the business before this Court yesterday morning. A free negro, named William, was arraigned on the charge of stealing from Mr. E. S. Pleasants's auction store, on Wednesday morning, three knives and one tumbler glass. In addition to the proof as to his guilt on the above charge, the officers who arrested him found on his person $274.75 supposed to have been stolen. At the request of Mr. George Dabucy Wootton, counsel for the accused, William's father was introduced to prove that he had given him several dollars in gold and silver to exchange for Confederate money, which would clear up the mystery in connection with the money which was found. The Recorder thought the matter by no means clearly explained, and therefore ordered him thirty-nine lashes, and required security in the sum of $300 for his good behavior. The charge against Trauma Constant, a Frenchman residing on 14th st