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Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court, Tuesday, Nov. 4. --Present: Joseph Mayo, Mayor.--Henry, slave of John Hitchcock, having been found by the watchmen Monday night with a quantity of brandy in his possession, for which he could not account, was whipped. The fluid was ordered to be confiscated, but to whose use the reporter did not learn. Richard, slave of Joseph Hierholzer, arrested as a runaway, exhibited to the Court a pass signed by Robert W. Oliver. Defendant committed till tomorrow morning, and Mr. Oliver ordered to be summoned to attend his examination. James McCabe, alias Johnson, arrested as an accomplice of Duff and Broderick, in the murder of Kelley and Downes, was acquitted, and committed to jail in default of $500 security for his good behavior. Johnson was drummer at the Newport Barracks, Ky., but left there in 1861, and joined our army. For several months past he had been doing nothing. John Rommell was fined for allowing a nuisance to e