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ail for want of security to be of good behavior for twelve months. Parker, slave of John S. Hicks, charged with receiving one saddle and bridle, knowing them to have been stolen, was ordered to be whipped. Thirty-nine lashes each were ordered to be given Ezekiel, slave of John Lawson; Jno Redeross, free negro, and George, slave of James New, charged with stealing one coat, a lot of shirts and drawers, one hat, one pair of shoes, and $20 in Confederate money, from Henry Dunson. The charge against Patrick Sweency, of assaulting and beating Rosanna Ormsby and Mary Riley was continued fill to-morrow. Pauling Closs, charged with knowingly passing upon Ann Y. Jones a worthless $20 Tennessee note, was discharged. If the bill had ever been signed at all the names had been entirely office. The Mayor did not consider it a felony. The charge against John, an aged and respectable looking negro, of stealing a pair of shoes found on his person, was continued till to-day.