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at the erring juvenile should be parentally punished for his indiscretion. Ben, a slave of Richard Howe, was accused of stealing $19 from Henry, a fellow servant, with whom he lodged. He admitted the larceny, but plead in justification that it was only a joke. He was ordered 39 lashes. Cornelius a slave, was charged with stealing a turkey at the second market, from William Waddy, while the latter was busily engaged with a number of purchasers around his cart yesterday morning. Cornelius insisted that he paid for the fowl, but his story was of such a confused tenor that his guilt would have been established upon its evidence alone. He was ordered 39 lashes. Henry Strauler was charged with renting a house to a slave without the permission of the slave's owner, and in direct violation of the laws Strahler pleaded ignorance of the laws, and admitted the charge. He was fined $10 and admonished that peace security and a still heavier fine would result upon a repetition o