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ering with the police in the discharge of their duties. His Honor required him to give surety for his appearance at the next Hustings Court, whereupon he replied that he was big enough to go to jail, to which place the Court with alacrity ordered him to be taken.--G. W. Walters was arraigned for assault and battery committed upon some person unknown, and hold to bail in the sum of $200 to answer an indictment in the Hustings Court at its next term.--Charles O'Donnell for trespassing on Charles Johnson, and being drunk in the streets, was reprimanded by the Court, and then discharged. --William Stillman, alias Thomas Tooland, a soldier, for drunkenness and a trespass committed upon Clay Street Hospital, was ordered to remain in custody until called for by his officers.--J. M. Worthimer and Solomon Lohenberger were arraigned upon the charge of assaulting and beating William Jacobs. These gentlemen evidently felt much chagrined at being found in such a predicament; but as they had no w