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Mayor's Court. --Lavinia and Betty, charged with setting on fire the house of Mrs. Martha E. their mistress; case continued.--Wm. T. Crawford charged with beating and robbing Miss Lucy Curry; bailed in the sum of $500 to appear to-morrow morning to answer the charge — John Robinson, free negro, stealing a basket of vegetables from Wm. Whitlock, was ordered 39 lashes.--Thomas McAdam was fined $5 for allowing a dead horse to lie in the street.--Fanny, a slave of John Dudley, charged with attempting to pass counterfeit money, continued.--John P. Sledd, who bought nine hame at the 2d market, to dispose of again, had his hams confiscated.