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d to answer a presentment made against them by the grand jury at the last term of the court, for negligence in the discharge of their duties, and, by the advice of the court, the attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi in each case. As we were instrumental in bringing these gentlemen before the court, it affords us pleasure to record their acquittal.--A nol. pros. was also entered in each of the cases of E. W. Usher, B. Shafer, Joseph Hulcher, F. Linkhauer, W. H. Haywood. B. W. Totty. --Wm. Byrd, a free negro, charged with stealing $265 in bank notes from E. B. Spence and Wm. Garey, was convicted of the felony, and ordered to be sold into absolute slavery. Lucy Ann Banks and William Pleasants, free, were ordered to be hired out to pay jail fees recently incurred by them.--John A. Faris, presented for keeping an ordinary without license, paid the costs of the same, a nolle prosequi having been entered upon that condition.--Several free negroes were granted new registe