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entered in the case against Allies Ashleigh, indicted for keeping a disorderly house. Also, in the cases of Chas, Summers and Samuel Stanley, for misdemeanors. Wm. H. Drice was tried on information for misdemeanor, (assaulting Ann Shannon.) The jury found the prisoner guilty, and fined him $100.--The Court ordered him to pay the same and be imprisoned in jail for 90 days, and during that time be employed under the direction of the Council at labor on the public streets, etc. Elias Vanderlip and Mary Vanderlip were tried for keeping a disorderly house on Broad street, and were acquitted, in another case against Mrs. Vanderlip, for misdemeanor, the case was continued until the next term, and she gave bail for her appearance. Alfred W. St. Clair, who stands charged with having, on the 14th day of January, 1863, at the said city, feloniously forged a certain paper writing in the words and figures following: "Richmond, Jan. 14, 1863 "As my daughter wishes to get