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alleged that he was looking for a man who had lent him the horse. Neither the complainant nor the witnesses thought Cash guilty of the theft, they having known him for a long time as a man of good character, and His Honor discharged him. John H. King was sent on for examination before the Hustings Court. His Honor stated that he did not think King's offence was larceny, but that the purchase of the negro under the circumstances might be receiving property knowing it to be stolen. PetKing's offence was larceny, but that the purchase of the negro under the circumstances might be receiving property knowing it to be stolen. Peter Lawson and E. Raymond were charged with fighting in the Second Market, during market hours. A number of witnesses were examined, none of whom seemed to know much about the difficulty. Peter Lawson, E. Frick and Emanuel Raymond were bailed to appear before the Hustings Court on the second Monday in November. Michael Shannon was charged with stealing a load of fodder, belonging to John Hflick, and valued at $6. A little boy, driver of the cart, testified that Shannon, paid him $2, and he