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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Henrietta, slave of George W. Gary, was charged with stealing two gold watches--one the property of Joseph L. Young, and the other of A. Beck with; a valuable lot of jewelry; three ladies' silk dresses, valued at $1,500; two pair of shoes, and other wearing apparel, and about $30,000 in gold, silver, Confederate and State notes, bonds, &c., the property of George W. Gary. While Mr. Gary's family were at tea on Wednesday night, Henrietta went to his chamber, and forcing his bureau drawer open, took therefrom the articles enumerated, after which she ran off. As soon as the theft and absence of the negro girl was discovered, Mr. Gary obtained the services of watchman Consins, and together they searched for her till near 3 o'clock. Thursday morning before meeting with success. When forr she was in the house of a negro woman, named Margaret, slave of Charles Palmer, living on 5th street. She acknowledged stealing the things, and confessed that it was her