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ng without a pass, and carrying unlawful weapons, was examined into, and the accused ordered to receive thirty lashes. Emma Slaughter, a free negress, made her appearance to answer the charge of aiding and abetting Robert, slave of Wm. Gibbes, of Lynchburg, to escape to the Yankees.--The Mayor, after patiently listening to a mass of testimony, adjourned further investigation till Wednesday. Albert Bailey, also free, appeared to answer the charge of enticing a slave belonging to William Stagg, of Petersburg, to run away. Ordered to be whipped. Merriweather Quarles, Frederick Miller, and Moses Kaufman, white, being idle, dissolute persons, and with no visible means of support, appeared to answer the complaint. Quarles and Miller were required to give security for their good behavior, and Kaufman was sent to the enrolling officer. Henry Temple, charged with feloniously cutting and stabbing a white man, whose name is unknown, appeared to answer the complaint. Put of