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Trespass. --The case against August Rupert and Christians, his wife, charged with trespassing upon the premises of Mrs. Cluskey, greatly to her annoyance, was continued by the Recorder till this morning.
such a proceeding was wrong, the complaint of stealing was instituted by F., resulting in the discharge of the accused, as stated above, the Mayor deciding that one partner right to dispose of at least half without committing a felony. August Rupert, whose case was continued from Saturday, appeared yesterday to answer the charge of trespassing upon the premises of John Clasby and using threatening and abusive language to Mrs. Mary E. Clasby. In this case it appears that the Clasbys are ming an exclusive right to the use of the passage. To this R. objected, and enforced his protest so far as to have the look-taken-from the door, for which complaint was made and a mass of testimony on each side given. His Honor bound Mr. and Mrs. Rupert over to keep the peace in the sum of $150 each, thereby conceding to the complainants the right to the passage way. Rupert's entrance is through his store. Dick, slave of the city of Richmond, was ordered twenty lashes for having in his p
Hustings Court. --This Court of Justices closed their November term on Saturday last. The trial of Messrs. Brown, Sims, and King, for interfering with the police in the discharge of their duties, was concluded, and the parties acquitted. James McGee, indicted for assaulting Alonzo Travis. Nolle prosequi entered. August Rupert, indicted for selling liquor without a license. Fined $60 and costs. Napoleon Burke and John Hammond, Provost Detectives, indicted for assaulting Michael Walls. Nolle prosequi entered. Francis Devine, indicted for shooting at Benjamin G. Williams in the street. Found guilty, fined $100 and costs, and sent to jail for six months. V. Gerard, indicted for attempting to steal a hog from Mrs. Longest. Tried and acquitted.