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Mayor's Court, April 28. --Edward C. Jones, Lieutenant in the Ben McCulloch Rangers, arrested on Saturday for stealing $7,000 in Confederate Treasury notes from Peter Dean, Quartermaster C. S. A., was brought up for examination. The principal witness was absent, and the case was necessarily postponed. Louisa Dickinson, a white female of doubtful character, was committed to jail until she could give security for her good behavior.--Two boys, giving their names as Waddy and William Dickinson, representing themselves as brothers of the above girl, were sent to the city jail to be held in custody until arrangements can be effected to send them to Charleston where they are from. The Mayor had booked them previously for the City Alms-House, but their tears, prayers, and protestations, induced him to pursue the course reported. Sundry negroes were punished for roaming about the streets without passes. The Provost Marshal's guard have commenced the practice of taking up neg