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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --John Hamilton, a white boy some fourteen years of age, was brought up on a charge of vagrancy. He claimed to be in the service of Mr. R. H. Stevens, of Norfolk, and was committed to jail to await the further order of the Court, when his employer shall have been consulted.--William Cooper, a free negro, notorious for his predatory propensities, was arraigned on the charge of having in his possession a gold watch valued at $100, without being able to prove his property therein. The watch was committed to an officer for safe-keeping, and the negro to jail for ten days, during which time the facts of the case may come to light.--Daniel Worrell, charged with assault and battery upon his wife, and clearly proved by the testimony of several witnesses to have been guilty of great cruelty towards her, as well as of using language not at all becoming in a citizen of this republic — namely, that he, a Pennsylvanian, intended to kill at least one Virginia woman