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prisoner desired to explain, but the sitting magistrate cut him short with the assurance that he would be heard at another time. He would no more be deluded by his protestations of innocence. Committed for examination. James Johnson, alias McCabe, arrested a few days since for alleged complicity in the murder of Kelley and Downes, was present in Court, but not examined, as was also James Hogan, charged with aiding in the escape of a man who robbed Abnor Derliff, a soldier, of $75, in Hughes's row, on 17th street. Sigismond Zalaski, represented to be a 2d Lieutenant in the regular army of the Confederate States, was charged by Captain William S. Reid, of the President's Guard, with stealing from him an India rubber overcoat, worth $40, at Mrs. A. P. Maynard's boarding house. A deal of testimony was preferred as to the good character of Lieut. Zalaski; but the fact that the coat, after being missed had been found locked up in his trunk being testified to the Mayor, he commi