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out his mistake when Mr. M. tied him and took him to the cage.--The Mayor sent the pugnacious youth on to the Hustings Court for trial, admitting him to bail in the sum of $200. The second in the series of ludicrous mistakes was furnished in the case of Napoleon Reminger, a drummer boy, connected with one of the New Orleans companies at Manassas. He came down to Richmond to spend Christmas, got on a big bender for so small a specimen, mistook himself for a horse, and went to sleep in Sutherland's stable. The Mayor sent him to General Winder with a recommendation to investigate his spiritual condition. David Bum, a German, might possibly have mistaken himself for a "bum" shell, so well was he loaded on Thursday night; though we can only learn that he mistook E. F. Ragland's kitchen for his own lodgings, and disturbed the peaceful slumbers of the colored people on the premises. He was arrested, and the Mayor yesterday required him to give security to keep the peace. Bev