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Mayor's Court.

--The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor on yesterday: Jos. Atkinson was fined for buying a lot of cabbage in the Second Market and selling them again on the same day.--John Dilworth, charged with the commission of a violent assault on Solomon Hecht, was examined and discharged. Sol Green, free negro, minus papers was sent to jail.--Wm. M. Hill, arrested on suspicion of committing a grand larceny in Tennessee, was remanded to awaits a requisition from the Governor of that State.--Chas. Doherty and Wm. Dandridge, were required to give $150 security for assaulting Andrew Conway on a recent occasion.--Jack, slave of J. M. Sheppard, received an order entitling him to 20 stripes, for stealing John H. Wilder's coat from Hobson's barber shop.--Albert, slave of Moses Mangum, and Sam, a confrere, were ordered punishment for unlawfully possessing themselves of Joshua Rines' watch, valued at $11.50.--C. Y. Morriss, was summoned up for employing a wagon on the street, without obtaining a license, and for sufficient reasons the case was dismissed.

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