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Judge Lyons's Court. --Peter Disney was convicted before this Court on Saturday of petit larceny, in stealing a pistol, the property of James Cooper, at the Medical Purveyor's office, and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in jail. He was charged with grand larceny, but the jury valued the property under $20, thus reducing the grade of his offence. John Dawson was also tried before the above Court on Saturday for stealing a watch from a negro at the American Hotel.
Distress in the manufacturing Districts of France. We extract the following from the bee correspondence (Feb. 7.) of the New York Herald: At Rouen and Lyons, cities which, will the last few days, I have had the opportunity of visiting the distress among the Couriers is so great that serious apprehension of disturbances
which one of the sous-prefets informed me called for speedy intention, if evil consequences were to averted.
All I have said of Rouen applies in or degree to Lyons.
There the greatest number of manufacturers and more considerable wealth have enabled employers to Temporary more effectually with the evil until now; be the pinc ces might be fatal, and an order was sent to deal on relief wherever it was positively required.
At this moment more than half the working population of Rouen and Lyons are supported entirely from the imperial exchequer.
Under these circumstances I look upon as certain that, unless General McClellan speedily strikes a blow th