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well, a witness for the Commonwealth in the prosecution against Gavinzel, to show cause, if any he can, why he should not be attached for contempt, in failing to attend. It was made returnable to May Court.--An alias capias was awarded in the case of the State vs. Washington Cornett, presented for retailing ardent pirits.-- Three presentments against James Pratt for the same offence, were tried. In two cases he was fined $60 and costs. The third was disdismissed by a nolle prosequi.--John Thomas was fined $60 and costs, in two cases, for selling ardent spirits. A third case was dismissed. Two cases against William Frank, for permitting unlawful gaming at his ordinary, and four cases against the same individual for permitting unlawful assemblies of slaves — were continued.--Jesse Talbott, in one case, for selling ardent spirits, was fined $60 and costs. Judgment for costs in two other cases. Talbott was also fined $25 and costs for permitting an unlawful assembly of slaves.--C