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es, five cases, for selling liquor, was fined sixty dollars and costs in each case; William Singleton, three cases, was fined sixty dollars for each offence; Thomas Griffin, a free negro, was fined fifty dollars and costs for keeping a disorderly house on Vauxhall's island, where disreputable and loose characters are accustomed to assemble. Travis Flanagan, indicted in three cases for betting at fare, plead guilty in the first and was fined five hundred dollars; but the witnesses in the last two being unable to appear, be was discharged upon the payment of two hundred dollars. Robert Callivan and Charles Fitzpatrick, indicted in sixteen cases for selling liquor, were fined sixty dollars for each offence. James McGee, indicted in four cases for the same offence, was fined sixty dollars for each. Lawrence Burns, the keeper of a restaurant on Broad, between Eighth and Ninth streets, charged in nine cases with selling liquor, was fined sixty dollars for each violation.