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the war, nor had he known it to be put up in that style since the war at any other establishment but the Medical Purveyor's Department.--The ease was thereupon sent on for examination before the Hustings Court, and the prisoner admitted to bad in the sum of five hundred dollars for his appearance. Mary E. Faceman, a free negro, was charged with stealing a dress, valued at three hundred dollars, from Mary Shehan. After a short examination of one of the witnesses, it turned out that the offence was committed in Henrico county, whereupon the Mayor refused to have anything further to do with the case, and referred the parties to a county magistrate. Winston, slave of Colonel G. W. Richardson, made, his appearance to answer the charge of having a lot of clothing supposed to have been stolen. The mother of the accused was produced as a witness, and gave an account of the clothing in question, clearly exculpating the prisoner from any guilt, and the case was therefore dismissed.