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ng given how he came in possession of the goods, Mrs. W. bought them and put them among some other goods which she had for sale in the store. After hearing this testimony the accused was promptly discharged. The charge preferred against Richard Wynant, of breaking into the store of N. Tinsley Pate and stealing therefrom twelve bottles of champagne, valued at $250; twelve bottles of wine, worth $200; twelve bottles of Scotch whiskey, valued at $300; and one bag of coffee, worth $1,500, the property of said Pate, was next taken up. At the conclusion of the testimony in this case, Wynant was remanded to the Hustings Court for examination. The charge against Henry Temple, a negro, of cutting and wounding some man unknown, was again postponed for further testimony. John Ryan was charged with beating Jas Kelly, and stealing from him $200 in Confederate money and a gold ring valued at $50. Several witnesses were examined in this case, whose evidence was sufficiently convincing