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as was fully identified an the one who was seen in company with the other two. James., slave of Charles Anderson, was ordered to be whipped for stealing a compel of pounds of trash mast from Samuel Schwartz, in the Second Market. The accused acknowledged the theft, but stated that he was impelled to it from hanger, and had first fried to bag something to out. --Two other negroes named Mary and Anne, slaves respectively of William Ratcliff and Albert Ball, were whipped for committing potty thefts. The charge preferred against Alfred Moss. of stealing sixteen dollars' worth of thread from the C. S. clothing store, was continued till this morning. This case was formerly before the Mayor, and by him sent on to the Hustings Court, but when it was brought up for examination on Wednesday the Justices deemed it too insignificant a matter to receive their attention, where upon it was referred back to His Honor for defilement. The grounds of its continuance were not made known.