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Assault with a knife. --Henry Cooper, the young soldier who recently shot Mr. John Lindsay, was brought before the Mayor, yesterday, for assaulting a man on Broad street Sunday with a dirk-knife, and afterwards with certain companions beating and bruising the old cart-driver called "the soap grease man." Cooper being observeCooper being observed in the performance of the above pleasant Sunday amusement by officer Kelley and others of the police, was pursued and caught after a long chase. Before surrendering he tried to cut the officer with the knife, and finally did not knock under till the knife was struck out of his hands. Cooper said he knew nothing of the affair, Cooper said he knew nothing of the affair, having been made drunk by some person who gave him bad whiskey to drink. The Mayor committed him to jail in default of $200 security for his good behavior. It is a pity the volunteers could not learn to leave their side-arms at the camp when on a visit to the city. It would save some of them considerable trouble.