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February, a $300 gray mare, belonging to Maj John Wilder Atkinson. The testimony was of such a nature as to warrant his being committed for final trial before Judge Lyons. Thomas Harris a free negro was tried for having, on the 25th of February, stolen one overcoat, worth $5 from Henry Steam, and acquitted, the proof not wa Dillshaw was examined for having on the 28th February, stolen a cloth coat worth $75, from George W. Davis. The defendant was committed for final trial before Judge Lyons. Margaret, slave of George Williams, was tried for stealing a $100 C. S. Treasury note from John W. Davics, her employer, found guilty, and ordered 25 lashdischarge to John W. White, and then, with his "pal" Callen, proceeded to divide the money obtained by the transaction — He was committed for final trial before Judge Lyons, and refused bail. Were all the cases of the above nature reported the people would be astonished at the amount of rascality practised by the so-called sub
Admitted to bail. --Caroline Isaacs, the woman sent before Judge Lyons for tried by the examining Court for receiving a portion of the goods stolen from Chiles & Chenery, has been admitted to ball by the judge for her appearance at the next term of the Hustings Court for the trial of criminal causes.