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th a bowie knife in his possession, was ordered 25 lashes. Adams and Wesley, slaves of John E. Wadsworth, found with forged passes on their persons, were ordered 39 lashes each. Ann and Matilda, two slaves, charged with harboring and concealing Debby, slave of Mrs. Griffin, were each ordered 25 lashes. The case of Madison Griffin, charged with forging the name of John Griffin and getting $10 from Richard Reins, was continued till Monday, the witnesses not being present. Cornelius, slave of R. J. Jones, was ordered 25 lashes for stealing 16 pounds of butter, belonging to James W. Smith. Hustings Court, Wednesday, Dec. 10th. --Present. Aldermen Caskie, Sanxay, Timberlake, Gwathmey and Clopton. A nolle prosequi has entered by the Attorney for the Commonwealth in the case of Charles Foster alias Charles Rigley, charged with grand larceny. John E. Brook and Warwick M. Woodward qualified as deputies of the High Constable, by taking the several oaths requi