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Mayor's Court. --The proceedings of this court on Saturday were not especially interesting for extent or variety. Bill Scott, free negro, arrested for feloniously receiving $30 from Elizabeth Brown, was committed for further examination.--Frederick Eheart was fined $5 for employing his dray without a license.--John Fant, a soldier, charged with drunkenness and an attempt to act as policeman, was sent to Gen. Winder.--Martin Sullivan and Fred. Nunnally were fined $3 for disorderly conduct and attempting to throw stones in the street — Daniel K. Whittaker, was summoned up for refusing to give the list of his taxable property to the City Assessor, when called on to do so. The case was continued.--One man was summoned up for "for running twelve wagons on the street," but the case was continued at his request.
Resolved, further, That the same committee inquire and report upon the policy of inducing further subscriptions of cotton and tobacco to the produce loan by agreeing to pay an equitable price for cotton and tobacco thus subscribed, in the following manner, to wit: one-fourth of the amount in treasury notes, and the balance in bonds payable as a foresaid. On motion, the Senate then went into secret legislative session. After remaining in secret session for some time, the doors were opened. Mr. Brown, of Miss., introduced a bill to amend the act to provide for the organization of the navy. A resolution from the House directing that the amount of pay and mileage due to the Hon. Jon. Tyler, dec'd, should be paid to Mis. Julia Tyler, his legal representative, was concurred in. Several bills, and a resolution communicated from the House of Representatives, were referred to the appropriate committee. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, of La., the Senate adjourned.
derate loss has dwindled down from the capture of four cavalry companies to eight men and a few horses. We give below the statement of Lieutenant Brittain, of Captain Brown's company, an intelligent and reliable officer, who arrived in this city on yesterday morning: I see a statement in your paper of the 16th, concerning ths into the ranks of the Federal. Had they remained five minutes longer the Federal would have captured them. Our force was composed of 40 men belonging to Capt. Brown's cavalry, and 45 belonging to Capt. McClary's 1st regiment Tennessee cavalry. The Federal report is, one Confederate killed, five wounded, and seven captured,ed. My own horse was shot under me whilst I was within 80 yards of the enemy. They captured our tents, old tin pans, &c. B. F. Brittain, Bv't 2d Lieut. of Capt. Brown's cavalry company. P. S.--Since the above was put in type, a citizen of Campbell county, in whose statement the utmost confidence may be placed, has a