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s had ordered her to leave his house, in consequence of which a personal collision might have ensued. The case was further continued till this morning. Miles Cary was summoned to show cause why he should not be fined for permitting a negro infant to lie unburied on his lot for three days, and then to order its burial in an alley adjoining his premises. The charge of negligence in keeping the corpse out of the ground an unreasonable length of time Mr. Cary emphatically denied; but acknowledged that it had been buried upon his own premises, in excuse for which proceedings he plead ignorance of the law, and that the infant was still-born. The Mayor, having had the body disinterred and rebuffed, required Mr. Cary to pay the expense attending the same. No other fine was imposed upon him; but he was admonished that a similar offence would be visited with severer punishment. Daniel Keyes was charged with assaulting and beating Mary Signiago in her own house. Mrs Signiago's