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ledd gave the requisite ball and was discharged. The following cases were continued for various reasons; Mary Dunavant, James F. McGee, and Robert Calaban, charged respectively with selling ardent spirits, to be drunk in their houses, without first obtaining ordinary licenses. Tom, slave of Margaret Wilson, charged with purchasing onions in the Second Market to sell again. Tom claims to have purchased the onions for the use of his mistress, who is a refugee from Petersburg, now occupying a house between that place and this city. The Mayor concluded to inquire further into the matter, and remanded the accused to jail till such time as he can be informed. Robert Ashby, a free negro boy, who has been before the Courts of this city ten or a dozen times, and as often been whipped for his conduct, was ordered another thrashing yesterday for offering abusive and threatening language towards Benjamin Harris. The Court then adjourned over till nine o'clock this morning.