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en were fined — the first $10 and the latter $20--for huckstering in the markets. The articles bought by the parties in each case were ordered to be confiscated. --Charles Oak, imprisoned for three weeks past on the charge of stealing $75 from Ann Disney, underwent an examination, and the testimony pointing to him as the abductor of Disney's funds, he was remanded to the August and George each fined $5 for violating the health or ance--Da Keyser, free negro, without papers, was committed.--MDisney's funds, he was remanded to the August and George each fined $5 for violating the health or ance--Da Keyser, free negro, without papers, was committed.--Mary Johnson, a free negress, was charged by Caleb Couner with stealing a lot of wearing apparel owned by him. He also charged her with poisoning milk sold by her to customers. The Recorder deemed the first charge sustained, and ordered 39 lashes to be bestowed on Mary Johnson. The second charge was dismissed as irrelevant — Rebecca Chandler, a young female, was arraigned for lying down drunk on the sidewalk of Main street on Thursday, occasionally vexing the drowsy ear of night with creationis