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Mayor's Court, yesterday --Recorder Castle presiding.--John, Logan, a free negro, charged with burglariously entering the dwelling-house of Mr. Alexander R. Holladay, on the night of the 26th of July, and stealing a large amount of groceries, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. William Spicer, alias Weltwood, charged with stealing a cow from Dr. John R. Garnett, underwent a partial hearing of his case, and was then remanded for a further investigation this morning. on Sunday, in violation of the ordinance, and a discharged soldier named M. Wynant, for buying watermelons in the Second Market to sell again — melons confiscated. William White, free negro; Jim, slave of Albert Heath; and Elijah Moss, free negro; were ordered to be whipped for various offenses committed by them. [Detectives Jones and Turner were the officers who arrested John Logan, the free negro that robbed Mr. Holladay in July last. The capture was made at twelve o'clock Monday night.]