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re, presented nothing of particular interest. The following is a brief mention of them: Capt Robt Boyce, charged with unlawfully and whipping a negro in his employ, was fined $20 for the deed. Boyce is foreman of the blacksmith department at the C S Arsenal works, and has under his central a large number of negro laborers. For sometime back quantities of iron and copper have been stolen at different periods from there, and having reason to suspect a negro in his employ, belonging to Jones & Stater, as the thief, a trap was to catch him, which proved successful. In order to make the fellow divulge the named of his accomplices and the place where the stolen property was carried, Capt Egave him the whipping complained of. Joe, slave of Mrs. Dimmock, charged with stealing two sheets and one jacket from John S Moore, was ordered to be whipped. The following cases were continued on account of the absence of witnesses; Booker, slave of Tazewell Perkins, charged wit