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Hustings Court, on the 30th inst. A negro woman named Caroline, belonging to Mrs. Pilcher, appeared at the Mayor's Court to undergo an examination on the charge of feloniously having and receiving $1,600 in C. S. bonds, $366 in C. S. notes, and $20 in Richmond Corporation notes, the property of John a negro taken the money and giving it afterwards to Caroline, who lives next door. She had acknowledged the same to her mistress and endeavored to get it back from Caroline, but had failed to do so, C., denying knowing anything of the transaction whatever. The accused was sent on to be tried by a called Court of Hustings, on the second Monday in October, and admitted to bail in the sum of $500. A soldier, named George Thomas, arrested on the charge of stealing from Jones & Childrey one box of tobacco, valued at $150, was examined before the Mayor, and the guilt being proved on him, he was remanded for further hearing before the Hustings Court on the 3d day of October next.