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Proceedings of the Courts. Mayor's Court, Dec. 15. --Peter Kegan, arrested for trespassing on Thomas Brannon while intoxicated, on Sunday, was committed for examination on Tuesday. William P. Ford and Jos. Burley were arraigned and required to answer the charge of selling at public auction, without authority, a horse belonging to Timothy McNamara. The proof did not sustain the allegation made against the parties, and they were discharged. The witnesses in the case of Jos. Kregar, charged with being the person who shot and killed Michael Horan, otherwise Rocketts Mike, at a place near Richmond kept by Carter & Roache, not being present when the case was called, the prisoner was sent to jail until they could be summoned by the police. John Whittaker, a free negro, was brought up for forging Mrs. Louisa G. Allan's name to a check for $500, payable at the Bank of Virginia. Without any testimony being heard, the case was continued till Tuesday. Billy, slave o