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Sent on. --Orris Harrison was examined before Recorder Caskie, on yesterday, for the alleged stabbing of Miles McJordan, on the 29th of January, and was remanded for examination before a called Court of Hustings, on Thursday, February 21st. Had the offence been a bailable one, he would doubtless have been allowed the privilege of entering bail for his appearance, as an impression generally prevailed that both parties were somewhat to blame for any breakage of the law occurring at the time of the disturbance between them.
Threats. --An untimely exhibition of anger on the part of Bill Moss, a Petersburg free negro, (arrested for being in the city contrary to law,) made at the cage yesterday morning against Wm. Johnson, a free negro, was the cause of the former being arraigned before Recorder Caskie at the City Hall at a later hour. The dispenser of the law's favor deemed it his duty to curb the belligerent propensities of Moss, and he was awarded 20 lashes and ordered to be detained in custody till the 16th inst.