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dozen sora from a market cart, were examined before the Mayor yesterday, and remanded for trial at the next term of the Hustings Court. Michael Leary and John Hamilton, charged with fighting in Mrs. Canary's bar-room, presented a most dismal aspect as they stood before the Mayor. Leary, it was stated, behaved very badly during his incarceration at the watch-house, while Hamilton was as docile in all respects as a sucking dove. The consequence was that the former was sent to jail in default of security to keep the peace, and Hamilton, who wears the garb of a soldier, was discharged from custody. Lawrence H. Kelly, another gray jacket, who claimeHamilton, who wears the garb of a soldier, was discharged from custody. Lawrence H. Kelly, another gray jacket, who claimed to belong to the Fourth Louisiana Battalion, was arraigned for taking a dollar note from a lad named Henry W. Shaw, at Stecker's store, and striking Mrs. Stecker on the head with his musket. The prisoner had been drinking most copiously; but as one crime is no apology for another, the Mayor committed him to jail in default of $