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Proceedings of the Courts. Mayor's Court Friday, Dec. 19. Recorder Caskie presiding — The case of Michaels Sweeney and lease Michael; charged with stealing a horse valued at $200 from Thos, Johnson, of Rodgers's cavalry company, was called and the evidence being heard. Michaels was exculpated and discharged. The charge against Sweeney was continued until Saturday. Joseph Fenton, charged with assaulting and threatening to kill Catharine O'Conner, was proved guilty and committed to jail in defaults of $200 security. Recorder Caskie also ordered that he be put to work in the chain gang for the space of 90 days. Matthew Eagan and Martin Cunningham, charged with fighting in the street, and resisting the watchmen who sought to preserve the peace by inter posing were each sent to jail in default of a voucher for their good behavior. Henry Jackson slave of Edward Wood, found in the street smoking a cigar, and without a pass, was ordered for lashes. Jacob slave of