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s court yesterday. A number of individuals were fined various sums, varying from five to twenty dollars, for selling liquor after the regular hours presoribed by law. Annexed we append a list of the cases disposed of: Andrew Muller and Carlos W. Ellis, charged with keeping a "faro bank," were again brought up for examination, but the case was continued till Saturday, and the accused gave security in $1,000 each for their appearance. Jesse White, charged with dealing "faro," gave secuturday and answer charge. Samuel Roberts, a free negro, charged with giving a knife to Anthony Burns to cut Wm. Bird, was ordered twenty-nine lashes. The case of Henry Holman, a free negro, who kept door at the "faro bank" of Muller and Ellis, was continued till Saturday next. A soldier named Wm. H. Callerton, was arraigned for being drunk and begging in the street. He was sent to Gen. Winder. Barney Tracey, for keeping his bar room open after ten o'clock, was fined $5.