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Cutting. --Cornelius, slave to William Tally, of New Kent, was arraigned before the Mayor last Saturday morning, to answer the charge of feloniously cutting, stabbing and wounding Ephraim, slave of Nicholas Lipscomb, of Hanover. The two negroes are market men, and while in the wagon yard of Mr. Richards got into a dispute, when Cornelius drew a pocket-knife and plunged it into the right arm of Ephraim, inflicting an ugly, though not dangerous flesh wound. The Mayor, on hearing the factsMayor last Saturday morning, to answer the charge of feloniously cutting, stabbing and wounding Ephraim, slave of Nicholas Lipscomb, of Hanover. The two negroes are market men, and while in the wagon yard of Mr. Richards got into a dispute, when Cornelius drew a pocket-knife and plunged it into the right arm of Ephraim, inflicting an ugly, though not dangerous flesh wound. The Mayor, on hearing the facts, remanded the accused to be tried for felony at the December term of the Husting Court.