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Mayor's Court, yesterday.

--John Hawkinel for being drunk and disorderly, was required to give surety in $150 for his future good behavior; failing to do which he was committed to jail.

Nicholas Bowers, who had given his name as John Wallace when arrested, was discharged on promise of good conduct in future. He was arrested for drunkenness and lying on a sidewalk.

Which Hughes was brought up on the charge of unlawfully shooting at Peter F. Paoli. The evidence was given in broken English of an interesting kind. Nevertheless. His Honor learned enough to justify him in sending Hughes on to the Hustings Court for examination, and requiring bail in $150 for his appearance. He was sent to jail for want of a surety, and the witnesses were recognized to appear and give evidence before the above named court on the 2d Monday in November.

William Jones, free negro, jailed, and case continued.

James Hamilton, charged with having up place to stay, and with belonging to the 13th Louisiana regiment, which latter is certainly a singular and significant accusation, was turned over to the care of Gen. Winder.

Armstrong McGuire, lately turned out of the Penitentiary was arraigned for drunkenness and trespassing on James Cary, and was allowed to go at, large upon condition that he would leave the city forthwith.

Conway, a slave, was ordered 15 lashes for throwing stones.

John Stewart's case was again continued, and he remanded to jail.

Lucien Q. Landidm gave bail for his appearance before the Hustings Court to answer the charge of unlawfully stabbing and wounding Mr. Roach.

George Sinclair, an Englishman and a British subject, who claims to have joined our army, was brought up charged with assaulting and beating some man named "Bob." Bob was absent, and Sinclair was sent to jail, and his case continued.

Robert, a slave, was ordered 15 lashes for misconduct.

Alexander Jones, free, charged with assaulting a white man, was discharged.

Washington Goodrick, charged with violently, assaulting and beating some one was present to meet the accusation. But the witnesses were absent, and the case was dismissed, and Goodrick required to give bail for his appearance this morning.

Henry and Frank, two slaves charged with gambling, were discharged.

Thomas Connelly, charged with being a deserter from Capt. Perkins company, was ordered to be taken to Gen. Winder.

Peter Riley, charged with sleeping on a sidewalk, was discharged.

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