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Mayor's Court. --The Mayor having recovered from the indisposition under which he has been suffering for the past few days, resumed his place of the bench yesterday morning. The following is a synopsis of the business transacted. Andrew, slave of Turpin & Yarbrough, charged with stealing one pair of boots valued at $100, a lot of bacon valued at $200, and a lot of candles of the value of $200, the goods and chattels of Wm. T. Trueman.--The accused is employed as porter in Mr. T's store, and from recent information (which was not produced in court) received by that gentleman he has no doubt that the goods missing were stolen by him. The case was continued in order to procure the attendance of witnesses. A negro woman named Rachel, belonging to H. C. Dawson, charged with assaulting and beating Thomas and Harriet French, white, on Sunday last, was, after a hearing of the statements of the complainants, ordered to be whipped. Subsequently His Honor revoked his decision an