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Mayor's Court. --Yesterday John Hughes gave bail to appear and answer, on the 18th, for raising in the First Market a row with an unknown party. The Mayor retained Hughes' brass knuckles till the time in question. Wm. Cooper, free negro, minus papers, was sent to the Chain Gang for 60 days, for stealing a pair of boots from Capt. Mason.
From Washington. Washington, March 8.--The President has accepted the resignations of Adjutant General Cooper and Assistant Adj't Gen. Withers.--It was rumored that Qr. Master Gen. Johnston, of Virginia, was about to resign, but he said this morning that the time for such a course had not yet arrived. The resignation of Gen.Gen.Cooper was accompanied with the regret that he was appointed from, and is a native of, New York. The Southern Confederacy is making overtures to some of the best officers in the service, and tendering them lucrative offices. Chas. Jones, late of the Register's Office, has left for the Southern capital, to take office the absence of Secretary Seward, who is detained at home by sickness. [second Dispatch.] Colonel Lorenzo Thomas has been appointed Adjutant General in place of Col. Cooper. Secretary Seward is quite unwell to-day. No official intercourse has yet taken place between the Confederacy Commissioners and the President.