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16th,) on the charge of getting insensibly drunk and lying down in the street on Saturday.--Geo. W. Johnson, for the same offence, prefaced with "staggering about," was committed in default of surety, and sent to the Chain-Gang for 60 days.--Bill Cooper, lately punished for stealing a pair of boots and confined in default of surety, gave Wm. H. Herbert bail, and was released. Bill's father wished to enter a claim for jail fees heretofore paid for him. The Mayor said he could apply in two days, the time he allotted Cooper to enjoy his last instalment of freedom.--W. A. Irving, summoned up for his sons throwing iron balls in the street — case continued till to-morrow.-- J. Laughlin, arrested for assaulting Tim. Sullivan was acquitted. --Case of J. Francis for selling the ardent, without a license, was continued. --Case of John Wrenn, arrested by his son for fighting his wife, was continued. --Samuel Gaines, free, arrested for getting drunk and lying in the street, thought "Massa Lincoln