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arrest. Being under the belief that one of the parties for whom they were looking was in Lewis's house, they took an erroneous view of their power and proceeded in break in and afterwards beat the proprietor. John Burns was criminal for having on the 4th of January, inst., assaulted James, a slave, on the public highway, and by force of arms, and putting the negro in fear of his life, robbed him of five dollars. He was discharged from the prosecution and ordered to be sent before the Mayor, to be dealt with for his good behavior. The case of two desperadoes named John W. Sartin and Gideon H. Thompson, charged with shooting Trenton Kennedy in the head, in a house in Screamersville, on the 7th of December, was partly heard and continued until the next term. Joseph B. Gondman was examined for having on the 9th of January stolen two blankets worth 600 the property of C. W. Spicer. He was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons and permitted to give ball for his appearance.