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ing that he felt too unwell to complete it. He had never been known to do so before. The Mayor becoming satisfied, from what his friends said, that the aberration of Eckerbush was only temporary, and, from his own conduct and conversation, that he was then in his right mind, released him from confinement, as above stated. George, slave of B. W. Green, was arrested on Tuesday night last, having in his possession nine new shirts, supposed to be stolen. The negro's account of the affair convinced the Mayor that they were not stolen by him, and he was therefore discharged. Edward Dean, arrested without a proper pass, was discharged by His Honor yesterday morning, with an admonition always to have a clear card for the future. A negro man named Kenny, belonging to Samuel S. Green, was taken up on Tuesday with five bags in his possession supposed to have been stolen. The accused gave a satisfactory excuse to the Mayor for having the articles mentioned, and was discharged.