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Mayor's Court, yesterday.

--The following parties were committed to jail yesterday for the offences set opposite to their names, viz:--Thomas Thompson, for disporting himself in an unseemly manner while drunk, on Main street opposite the Arlington House; Abraham Russell for attempting to stick a bayonet in Nat Quinlin, in the First Market; Charles H. Althizer and John H. Gatewood, until the 12th inst., as accomplices in the murder of Edwin Hamilton; Thomas Ginty, for violently assaulting Margaret Farlan with an axe; Henry Stratton, for treasonable language towards the Confederacy; John Gold and Elias Paulding. for a similar offence, until 5th of March; Geo. Jones, a member of the Public Guard, until second Monday in May, for trial before the Hustings Court, for unlawfully entering Wm. Burton's house and helping him self to a portion of its contents; Charles Tickwell, arrested for the use of incendiary language, and expressing sentiments hostile to the Government of the C. S. A., was sent before the Provost Marshal; Francis E. Church, for appearing at the theatre drunk and offering resistance to the police, was required to give security for his good demeanor.

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