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of Louisa county. The robbery occurred a restaurant near the Old Market House, and was fully proved. A portion of the money was recovered, but the thief had managed to make way with a $100 note. Jno. W. Williams, arrested as a suspicious character and person of evil name &c., was required to give $300 security for his good behavior. William, slave of Dr. Cabell, was ordered 39 lashes for stealing a cloak, bed quilt, and two glass tumblers from John Thomas. Griffin slave of Christian & Lee and Richard slave of John Clayborn, were ordered 39 lashes for having in their possession a lot of tobacco and a pistol, supposed to have been stolen. James Williams, a white man, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court for stealing a number of articles of wearing apparel belonging to Smith & Trailer and Ann Kearney. A number of the colored fraternity were ordered to be punished for petty delinquencies, and one "member of the bar" was ordered to be taken in c