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Mayor's Court yesterday. --Granville Montelle was again brought up on the charge of feloniously receiving one gray mare, of the value of $3,000, which was stolen from Henry Debell, and stealing a sorrel horse, valued at $1,500, the property of the Confederate States. Marchs A. Chewning, a courier in the Confederate service, testified, that about the 14th of July last he arrested Montelle and a man named Childress, in Fredericksburg, on hearing that the former was a refugee from justice, and the latter a deserter from the service. They were both on horseback — Childress on the grey, which he said he had traded for on the Brook turnpike, and Montelle on the sorrel, which he claimed as his own. On the way to this city, Montelle escaped, but Childress was lodged in Castle Thunder, where he still is. Montelle states that the same horse which he has been charged with stealing is his property, and, if necessary, he can prove it by fifty persons. In order to-procure other witnesses, th