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place of residence. John O'Malloy, an Irishman, was charged by John Walsh, a countryman of his, with stealing $290 from him. Walsh lent O'Malloy $23, and then both got very drunk, and when Walsh came to his senses his pocket-book was empty. The accused was sent on to be examined before the Hustings Court. J. H. King, charged with he larceny of a negro boy named Frank, belonging to S. Bradlee, of this city, was examined. It appeared from evidence that the negro was captured near Millford, Caroline county, by a young man named Cannel, in the act of escaping to the Yankees, early in August last. The place of capture was at that time within the enemy's lines, and the opinion prevailed there (so said one of the witnesses) that whoever caught a runaway thereby, gained a title to him. Cannel, without inquiring into the right of the matter, offered his prize for sale, and King, the accused, bought him for $125. All the evidence went to show that there was no effort made to concea