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nd 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 the complainants were at all positive 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 Rev. Charles Minnegerode's dwelling and stealing one barrel of flour and a lot of sugar, bacon, lard, butter, soap and crockery ware, valued at three thousand dollars, were remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. James Webster, an employee of Peter Lawson, butcher in the Second Market, was fined for selling light weight at his stall. Fines were imposed upon several parties for violating city ordinances by permitting water to escape from their hydrants and allowing their servants to go at large.