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treet, was ordered to be sent to Gen. Winder. The case of James Darden, for threatening to assault Andrew Johnston, was continued till to- day. Elizabeth Palmitier, Mrs. Haskins, and others, will also be tried this morning for keeping a disorderly and ill-governed house. Hustings Court.--Yesterday but one case was tried before Judge Lyons: Aug. Schmidt, for stealing money from Mrs. Stevens. The prisoner was convicted, and sentenced to the penitentiary for two years. Elizabeth Taylor, who was tried Thursday for stealing a watch and some jewelry from Jas. Walsh, was convicted, and sentenced to the penitentiary for one year. She was recommended to the mercy of the Governor. Confederate States Court.--Commissioner Watson yesterday commenced the examination of E. K. Hyde, charged with forging and uttering army pay-rolls, and continued the examination for witnesses. Andrew Dunnavant, examined Thursday, was sent on for trial, and not discharged, as stated in ye