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satisfied she had committed the theft. She was thereupon sent on to the Hustings Court for further trial. A negro boy named Henry, the property of Christopher Bowers, was ordered to be whipped for going about the streets with an improper pass in his possession. Charles Roberts, a mulatto, charged with being a Yankee prisoner, from Ohio, who had escaped from the Libby prison, will be attended to this morning. The examination of Bob, the property of R. Hatche, charged with stealing one trunk and contents, valued at $200, from A. Amacke, was continued till Friday. The examination of Joseph Maria, charged with committing an assault upon officer John D. Perrin, while in the discharge of his duty, was continued till Tuesday next. Noble, slave of Mrs. Angelina Lawson, charged with stealing, some time since, four thousand dollars' worth of sugar from Wm. A. Wright, proprietor of the American Hotel, was discharged for want of evidence connecting him with the theft.