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Mayor's Court, Saturday. --Alderman Sanxay presiding.--Michael Burns was brought up on a charge of drunkenness, and sent to jail.--Patrick Carcy was convicted of breaking window-glass in the house of Margaret McMahon, and was also committed.--Dabney, a slave, was arraigned upon the charge of stealing bacon belonging to the Confederate States, which had been entrusted to him as the driver of a wagon. Dabney stoutly denied his guilt, but in vain. He was ordered to receive nine-and-thirty lashes.--John Phealan, charged with assault and battery upon Patrick Brannon, was next brought to the bar. Several witnesses testified with miraculous volubility to the fact that Phealan had attempted in a summary way to dispossess the complainant of a tenement belonging to P., which Brannon had for some time occupied without paying any rent therefore the owner said. The Court admonished Mr. Phealan that he must proceed against his nonpaying tenants in a lawful manner, and held him to bail to k