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Mayor's Court. --The following is a summary of the proceedings before the Mayor yesterday: Catherine, slave of Mrs. Mary Voss, was charged with aiding and abetting in the escape of Zeborah, slave of Robert F. Morris, and receiving bed clothing, valued at fifty dollars. The evidence proved that the accused was cognizant of the intention of Zeborah to escape, and that she assisted in getting her bed clothing from Mr. Morris's residence. She was accordingly sent on for examination before the Hustings Court. Thomas W. Garrett was held to security to keep the peace on the charge of striking Frederick, slave of Jesse F. Keesee. Frederick, it appears, was indebted to Mr. Garrett in a considerable amount, for eggs and other country produce purchased at his store, and in his efforts to obtain the money he became very insolent to Mr. G. where upon that gentleman struck him once or twice over the shoulders. Mr. Garrett intimated that in the section of country which he came from