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Police matters. --The list of cases on the Mayor's book yesterday was smaller than usual on Monday morning. Several topers, who had commenced their Christmas debauch in advance, were let off at the watch-house. The case of Zachariah Burnett, a soldier, arrested last week for stabbing a comrade, named John Dowdy, was called by the Mayor, when it was stated that the wounded man had left the hospital and could not be found. A further continuance was ordered.--John Murphy and Thomas Smith were arrested on Saturday night while engaged in a personal combat near the Dock. The watchman stated that they were settling a misunderstanding by a "friendly fight," and quietly yielded to his interference. They were discharged.-- Wm. Kidd, upon whom the alcoholic fever raged so violently as to instigate him to attempt to shoot a watchman, was required to give security in $150 to keep the peace.-- Thos. Bradford was fined $20 for keeping his bar-room open after 10 o'clock at night. Sam, s