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ent to Sing Sing. was reversed by the Supreme Court, on the ground that the prisoner could not be convicted of an assault with a deadly weapon, for merely exhibiting a weapon, and threatening. In a certain contingency, to use it. The schooner David Townsend, which arrived here yesterday, reports having been seized at Bayport, Florida, by the Confederates, and run ashore, but the captain managed to escape during the absence of his captors. Very fictitious is the current gossip about Mrs. General Beauregard and Mrs. Col. Magruder being in this city, and that both of them were in a Broadway daguerrean gallery on the day of Major Winthrop's funeral, and saw the cortege pass. There is a sister of Gen. Beauregard living on Madison square, but his wife is not here. During the month of May 6,746 families of soldiers were provided with assistance in this city. Flora Temple yesterday trotted her third match with the Kentucky gelding, John Morgan, and was again victorious.