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man who had been before him before, and after reminding him that he had been a policeman in Baltimore himself, and therefore should know better how to conduct himself, required him to give security in the sum of $500 for his appearance before the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court. Barry Loving and Clement J. Wheeler were fined $5 for fighting in the Second Market yesterday morning. David Nicholas and Jim, slave boys were ordered to be whipped on the charge of stealing $300 from Major Claiborne. Fanny Lewis, free negro, and George, slave of James New, charged with harboring Peter, slave of Neil McCurdy, had a partial bearing, and were afterwards committed to jail for a further one on Wednesday next. Maria, a slave, charged with stealing an undershirt and some bacon and soap from W. B. Davidson, was ordered to be whipped. Forty-two negroes, arrested on Thursday night while participating in the festivities of a wedding party at the house of Mr. Pendleton, on 5th
500 Dollars reward --Attention of officers called — Ran away, in May last, my servant Claiborne, mulatto; about 5 feet inches high; very stout built; heavy head of hair and generally dresses very fine. Has been in the service with me for 3 years. Is well acquainted with camp life and a flee officers' servant. I suspect be in with the army of Gen. Lee. The above reward will be given for his security so that I get him. He wears a Yankee overcoat. J. Peyton. Richmond. au 1--eod 8t