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f it, Cyrus acknowledged that he sold and gave way to a negro associate of his, whose name he pretended to have forgotten. He was locked up in the upper station-house. A negro fellow, named John, slave of Purser Debree, was arrested by officer Chalkley and locked up for cruelly beating and endeavoring to smother a horse which he was driving. Witnesses to the transaction represent John's conduct as inhuman in the extreme, and, had it not been for the officer who took him in charge, the feld dollars; two demijohns of whiskey, worth one thousand dollars; three demijohns of wine, valued at one thousand five hundred dollars; one demijohn of French brandy, valued at five hundred dollars, and various other articles of more or less value. John has been sought after for some time, but until Saturday he could not be found. Sarah, slave of William Archer, was arrested by officer Chalkley on the charge of stealing a bracelet, valued at five hundred dollars, from Mrs. Maggie Talbott.