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t of the Georgia Soldiers' Home, was charged with threatening to take forcible possession of a room in the St. Charles Hotel occupied by Mary E. Mitchell. It appeared on the examination that one of the officers of the Soldiers' Home wanting the room for the use of the wounded soldiers notified Mrs. Mitchell to leave, but she refused to go. Mr. Neal had never said a word to her on the subject.--The Mayor dismissed the case, but warned Mrs. Mitchell that she must vacate the premises. John Pleasants, an old free negro, caught in the act of stealing a wagon load of shingles from the lumber yard of Mr. Jas. Gunn, was ordered to be whipped. James Hanley, a prisoner in the city jail, was charged with stealing a hat, coat and vest, and pair of shoes from Jas. Buckley.--It appeared that Buckley, being sent to jail about a fortnight ago for coming into this Court in a state of intoxication, was there, while still drunk, stripped of his clothing. Being liberated from jail, he went bac