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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Thomas McBride was sent to jail for being drunk and lying on the side walk of some street.--Edward and Clem, two small boys, slaves, were ordered to be whipped for stealing money.--Edward Sullivan, a white boy, was committed to jail, on the charge of stealing two watches, valued at $26, from Adam, a slave.--William, a slave, was sentenced to receive 30 lashes for cutting, with a knife or some other instrument, Charles, who belongs to Dr. Cabell.--Patrick McGowan was fined $1 for driving a dray across the sidewalk, on Broad street.--The case of Isaac, a slave, charged with stabbing Aurelius, belonging to James L. Porter, was continued to next Friday.--Wirt Roberts was fined $1 for driving a coal cart across the side-walk of 17th street. His agent stated that the driver of the cart had positive orders never to do so.--Alexander W. Jones was brought up to answer the charge of assault and battery upon Walter and Frederick Stultz, two small boys, whom he h