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n was postponed till Wednesday. --Richard, slave of Margaret Young, found by the watchmen in the street acting disorderly, and who had no pass, was ordered five lashes — Sam, slave of Joseph Jackson, found without a pass, was discharged.--So was Artemus Moore, a Chesterfield free negro, found without his register — Button Allen, for stealing a shirt worth $5 from A. S. Shafer, and coat worth $25, and pocket handkerchief worth $2.50, from R. B. Epstin, was sent before the Hustings Court.--Frances Taylor, arrested for disorderly conduct in the street and drunkenness, was required to give security for her good behavior.--John Cadigan, arrested for cutting John Finney in the shoulder several times with a knife, on 17th street, Saturday night, was discharged the circumstances justifying a little indignation on his part. --Wm. H. Murphy professing to be Captain of company F, 15th Louisiana regiment, and John Dwyer, were brought to the bar and required to answer for swindling a verdant citize