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Mayor's Court. --Yesterday, as usual on Monday morning, there was a large crowd in attendance at his Honor's levee, and also a considerable number of unfortunates, the accumulated catchings of the police for the last two days. A number of the cases invite comment, on account of the subject involved, but a bare statement must suffice. Geo. Frick had Mr. A. Dill up for an alleged assault. It appeared the misunderstanding arose in reference to some pigs bought — if we understood the matter correctly — by Frick from Dill's agent, and not paid for. The plaintiff affirmed, and defendant denied, any assault. Case continued. John Curren, charged with drunkenness, disorderly conduct, and an assault on his better half, went to jail in default of surely to amend his ways. Degrassy Drumwright, arrested as a suspicious person, was discharged on condition that he would leave Richmond by sundown. Francis S. Childress, arrested for incendiary language, was acquitted. C. ve