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Mayor's Court.

--There were but three or four trivial execs before the Mayor yesterday, none of them being worthy of note. Despite the vigilance of Captain Pleasants and his police last Wednesday night, not a prisoner fell into their hands, so quiet was everything about the streets. Can it be possible that our city is about to return to that state of good order which characterized it before the war, or is it the calm which precedes the storm? We fear the latter, and therefore invoke the authorities to vigilance.

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