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a silk dress, valued at eight hundred dollars, from Mrs. Ann E. Collier, was ordered to be whipped. The case of Thomas Stratton and Edward Curtin, charged with forcing their way into a room on Main street, occupied by Misses Emma Smith and Kate. There being no light in the room, it was impossible to see their faces, and the only reason which they had to suspect Stratton and Curtin as the parties was the recognition of their voices. The two men came into the room on the first visit and re afterwards returned, and, breaking open the door, came in and stole their clothes. For the defence, it was proven that Stratton was at home at the time it is alleged the robbery occurred, and remained there all night. In Curtin's case, neither of in recognizing his voice; and his character being shown to be good, the Mayor bailed him for his appearance on Friday. Stratton was committed. Oliver, slave of William H. Pitts, and George, slave of Mr. Taliaferro, charged with breaking into R