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Several cases were disposed of by the sitting Magistrate of the Police Court yesterday. Jas. Coyne alias Finnoven, who, after being confined in jail for trial for the murder of a man, liberated himself and committed a burglary on the promises of Mr. Thomas Barham, was arraigned, and the proof being clear of the commission of the offence, he was sent to the Hustings Court to abide the result of an examination for burglary. The charge of murder holds good of course in all its original significance.--Several petty cases were disposed of.--A man who had dispossessed Dan Kelley of his coat was committed for trial before the Hustings Court. Sundry negro women, who had been raising a causeless muss in the neighborhood in which they lived, were ordered to be whipped.--A number of soldiers who had thought fit to celebrate our recent victories by getting drunk and rendering themselves obnoxious to the law, were sent before the Provost Marshal.