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chman who made the arrest, the Mayor determined to commit him to jail; but, as he was about leaving the court- room for that place, a note was received from Major Maynard, the head of the Government shoe shop on Navy Hill, stating that Mac had been given permission to go about the city on the day of his arrest as a reward for meritorious services, when, having a little money, he imbibed too freely. In accordance with Major Maynard's request, he was sent back to his place of employment.--Henry Winston, charged with participating in the burglarious robbery of Alexander R. Holladay's storeroom, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. --A charge was preferred against Ralph, slave of W. R. Turner, of feloniously aiding and abetting Frances, a slave, to steal $3,000 in gold coin from Joseph Brummell, and subsequently receiving the same from her, knowing it was stolen; but, the witnesses not being present, the case was continued.--Jordan, slave of Mary Hill, was charged with