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who repeatedly called upon him to shoot. After struggling some time to unloose his pistol, the stranger accomplished his wish and did shoot him. He left the house unmolested, as Mr. Lindsey did not, for a moment or two, proclaim that he had been wounded. When he did so, the man was followed and arrested on Governor street by Mr. C. G. Thompson, and carried before Senior Alderman Sanxay, who committed him to the cage for an examination before the Mayor this morning. He gave his name as Henry Cooper. After receiving the ball, (which penetrated through the abdomen and lodged in the flesh of the opposite thigh,) Mr. Lindsey walked up the street as far as Spence's corner, not seeming to feel very much inconvenience from its effects. At the latter place two gentlemen, who know of the occurrence, insisted on aiding him by taking his arm, and he was sent to his residence on Brooke-Avenue. The wound, though apparently slight and disregarded by the party receiving it, is quite likely to p