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the following resolution: Resolved. That the sum of $500 per annum be paid to the Judge of the Hustings Court of the city, in addition to the salary now paid, to commence on the 1st of March inst. Mr. Grattan offered the following as a substitute. Whereas, the services of the Judge of the Hustings Court for some time past have been very arduous, and have been performed with great ability and fidelity: Resolved, That the Auditor of the city be instructed to pay to the Hon. Wm. R. Lyons, Judge of the Hustings Court of the city, the sum of five hundred dollars. The substitute was adopted. The salary of the Clerk of the Second Market House, on motion of Mr. Epps, was increased per annum. Mr. Wynne, chairman of the Committee on the City Hospitals, reported that there are now in the City Hospital six white males and four white females twelve negro females and eight negro males; and in the Howard Grove Hospital, ten male and nine female negroes — making i
ed a whipping for stealing $65 from Taylor, slave of John H. Bawen. Hausford Jenkins, free, got 20 inches for making way with a blanket belonging to Payton Carrington. Charles Pryor, free, from Fredericksburg and Martha Hewitt, do, from Goochland were put in jail for being in the city contrary to law. Lewis, slave of Jar. M. Wilde charged with stealing three blankets, one bolster case, and piano cover, from Barwell Crump, was acquitted. Pat McGarry, drunk and lying on the side walk, and Henry Taylor, drunk and lying in the gutter, were admonished and let off. Lucy Arm Melton, white was required to give security to keep the peace for making a belligerent demonstration against Lucia Parsons. Mary and Ellas Vanderlip arrested by order of Judge Lyons for committing a breach of the peace, were required to give bond for their good behavior. John C. Hatcher, charged with appearing at the Theatre under the incidence of ardent spirits, was fined one dollar.