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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Patrick Finnoven, alias James Coyne, an ill-featured looking customer pretending to hall from Nashville, Tennessee, underwent yesterday another partial examination before the Mayor for robbing Ashbury Inber of $750, a watch, and pistol. The witness, an honest, simple looking chap, identified the accused as one of your men who assaulted, robbed him, and after wards recovered his watch, and pistol from him; but the money had been handed over to a confederate. One hundred dollars in gold was found on Finnoven, no doubt the nett proceeds of the robbery. The Mayor had determined at one time to send the accused on to a called courte; but, for the purpose of getting additional evidence, continued the case until this morning. Rebecca Chandler, a white girl, was arraigned for trespassing on the premises of Robert Gary, and destroying his property. It appeared that to get to her residence she has to pass through the garden of Gary, and while in the act