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Recorder's Court. --Yesterday Recorder Caskie disposed of the following cases: Claiborne, slave of Robert A. Lancaster, for stealing $2.50 from Wm. Gentry — whipped. George slave of John Holman, for cutting Rebecca Toosdale with a knife — whipped. Pat Farley up for threatening an assault on Mary H. Ferguson, was discharged, at her request Sealey Wigton, who had violated the public peace, was sent down, in default of $300 surely for his good behavior. James Coy, Sr., for trespassing on the premises of J. R. Anderson & Co., was committed for want of surely, and set to work in the chain gang for the period of sixty days. Mary Moore, for throwing stones at the house of Ann Breeden, was committed in default of surety for her good behavio