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d that the cause of his arrest was that of whipping his wife, which offence he repeated three times in less than an hour. Two free negro men, named Woodson and Albert, arrested on the charge of stealing five kegs of lard from the store of John O'Neil, on Monday night last, were arraigned for examination. Witnesses proved that the accused stole the lard from O'Neil, and after destroying the kegs in which it originally was, distributed it around among three or four stores, the proprietors oO'Neil, and after destroying the kegs in which it originally was, distributed it around among three or four stores, the proprietors of which purchased it from them. They were sent to the Hustings Court, and remanded to jail for their appearance. A negro named Nathan, who has been employed as carver at the Ballard House for some time back, was committed to jail to answer an indictment before the Hustings Court, on the charge of stealing a gold watch and chain from Mrs. Roy, a boarder at the above-named hotel. Richard and Washington, slaves, were ordered twenty-five lashes for stealing Government iron. A negro n