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ess. The Recorded sent them on to the Hustings Court. --Dobson was remanded to prison, and Constant was hold to ball in the sum of $300 for his appearance. O A. Ericsson, a teacher of languages in this city, was charged with trespassing on the cost- house of Elizabeth Wert, and taking gathers from five bushels of In order to obtain witnesses, the case was continued. John Archer, printer of postage stamps for the Confederate States Government, was arraigned on the complaint of Messrs. Hoyer & Ludwig, charging him with " taking, stealing, and carrying away two hundred pounds of gum arabic, belonging to them, valued at $2,000" The evidence given falling to substantiate the charge, the Mayor (who was then sitting,) promptly discharged the accused. James, slave of Alexander Fleet, arrested on the charge of stealing from the Confederate Government one box (43 pounds) of valued at $300, was tried, found guilty, and ordered to receive on lashed. Two white men, named Alb