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Court Procuring. Mayor's Court, Thursday, January 22. --Eleanor Turner, a mulatto girl, arraigned on the charge of abusing Ann M. Lowry, and threatening to assault her son, was examined and discharged from the accusation. Patrick Phelan, Wm. Clabby, Wm. Parrell, and Lewis Quinn, arrested by the police at vegrauts, proved to the satisfaction of his Honor that they had visible means of support, acquired by work, and were let off. Wm. King, a free negro, was ordered thirty lashes for stealing a piece of meat, owned by the Confederate States--said piece of meat being in transitute one of the hospitals. John Howard, charged with threatening personal violence towards Phillip McGhee, was required to give security to keep the peace and be of good behavior. John Bastin, a free negro, was arraigned for entering the dwelling-house of Rev. Chas. H. Read, and stealing therefrom an overcost, valued at $35. The proof being deemed sufficient, the defendant was committed f
From Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg, Jan. 22. --A flag of truce came over this morning, but no Northern papers were received. The officer in charge of the flag said the capture of Arkansas Post had been confirmed by an official dispatch of Mellernand to Halleck. It rained here all the day yesterday and the night previous. The Rappehannock is much swollen this morning. An attack is still believed to be imminent here.
North Carolina Legislature. Raleigh Jan. 22. --The House has the Revenue bill under consideration. The Senate is discussing the bill to raise 10,000 troops for State defence, on its second reading. A preamble disclaiming any intention to conflict with the interests of the Confederate Government was rejected--18 to 24. An amendment exscinding from its operation those subject to conscription, and not interfering with existing regulations of State and Confederate Governments, and expressing no opinion as to the constitutionality of the Conscript law, was rejected--5 to 37.
From North Carolina. Wilmington, N. C., Jan. 22. --It is semi-officially reported that the enemy has burnt the bridge at Jacksonville, Onslow Court-House and retired towards Newbern. All quiet here.
Sailing of a French corvette for New Yankee Running the blockade. Charleston, January 22. --The French corvette Milan sailed from this port for New York this morning. Another steamer, with a very valuable cargo, has successfully run the blockade and arrived in a Confederate port.