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tates Treasury, indicted by the Grand Jury in three cases for betting at fare, was fined $1,000 and required to give security in the sum of $3,000 for his good behavior.--Robert Calivan and Charles Fitzpatrick, indicted in four cases for retailing ardent spirits contrary to law, were fined sixty dollars for each offence.--Nolle prosequi were entered in the cases of Patrick Foley and Maria Wade, charged with misdemeanors;--Nelson, indicted for violating the liquor law, and Antonio Emenheiser, for receiving stolen goods,--Joanna McCarthy, charged with misdemeanor, was discharged. The following parties, indicted for violating the liquor law, plead guilty, and came forward and paid the fines imposed in such cases, whereupon they were discharged from prosecution: August Weimer, one case; Richard Emerson, one; John F. Chambers, three; Francis Beebee, six; Henry Smith, four; Thomas Phillips, three; Thomas Otey, two. Sixty dollars were paid for each offence, making in the aggregate $1,200.