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giment. John Norman, a free negro, and Molly, slave of Mrs Mary Muse, were brought up for fighting and disturbing the peace on 2d street, near the new Alms-House. The testimony showed Norman to be in fault, and he therefore received an order entitling him to receive a thrashing. Charles Russell, charged with stealing a horse worth $40 from Michael Moon, was acquitted honorably, there not being the smallest particle of of adduced to show that he did anything of the kind. un Purcell, a non-resident, was summoned before the Mayor to answer the charge of huckstering in the Second Market. He was fined ten dollars, and the chickens bought by him to be sold again in market were ordered to be sold for the benefit of the city. Samuel W. Wyvill, charged with forging discharge from the army and pay roils for money due officers and soldiers, was examined and discharged by the Mayor, the latter giving it as his opinion that the crime charged against Wyvill, though susceptib