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let off. There was no reason to doubt his loyalty after knowing the man and the circumstances under which he uttered the suspicious avowals.--John Richardson alias John Dailey, arrested for passing a hundred dollar counterfeit Treasury note to Philip Epstein, was delivered to a Government officer to be taken before Commissioner Watson for examination. --John and Daniel Munn, two lade, were arraigned for fighting in the streets and throwing rocks. They were let off with an admonition — John H. Gatewood was committed to jail to await an examination, on Monday, as an accomplice in the murder of Edwin Hamilton.--Henry Shatten, who claims to be a native, was arraigned for incendiary language at Duke's stable last Wednesday. He said his remarks were only in fun; but the Mayor, not appreciating the style, sent him to jail until Monday.--Andrew Smith, a drunken and disorderly personage, was sent to jail in default of surety.--William H. Curtis, a companion of Bill Gallaher and Pat Connor in