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to answer the charge preferred against them of stealing fifteen pairs of cotton cards from William Forbes, which they offered for sale. The testimony elicited in the case proved the charge upon Bastin, but the others not being implicated to any serious degree with the robbery, they were discharged with an admonition. Bastin was remanded for a continuance of the examination. The Mayor postponed the case against John, a negro belonging to John B. Davis, charged with aiding and abetting Carter, slave of Dr. Cook, to escape to the Yankees by writing him a pass. Thornton, belonging to C. Burnett, was ordered to be whipped for entering a hen-house and stealing some chickens. Tom, slave of Edward M. Sorey, of Danville, was ordered to receive 10 lashes for going about the city without a pass, and committed to jail on suspicion of his being a runaway. A demented little boy, named James Davis, charged with stealing a car cushion from the Petersburg Railroad Company, was or
Three hundred dollars reward --Will be given for the apprehension and delivery to me of my servant Carter, who left my house on Tuesday, February 2d, about 2 o'clock P. M. He is about 20 years of age, quite good looking, of a dark brown color, and about medium height. L M Norton. N W corner Marshall and 28th sts. fe 9--eod2t*