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--On Saturday night and Sunday last the following parties were arrested and locked up in the upper and lower stationhouses for safekeeping:

Albert, slave of the Confederate States, was taken in custody for going about the streets with a loaded rifle in his possession, the property of the Confederate States.

The police arrested, on Saturday night, a negro man named Burwell, belonging to Richard Adams, who was without a pass and had been guilty of breaking in the glass door of E. D Echo's office, on 14th street. The case will be before the Mayor this morning for examination.

A negro man, named Henry, slave of William Lewis, was taken in custody yesterday, near Port Mayo, by some soldiers, who charged him with stealing one cow, valued at $200, the property of Mrs. Dougherty. A slave, named Joseph, the property of Wm. Hardgrove, was arrested as a participant in the same offence. They were locked up in the lower station house.

Dandridge, the property of Robert Oliver, was arrested yesterday by officer Kelly, on the charge of stealing twelve salt fish valued at $8, the property of Michael Wall.

A negro man belonging to Mrs. Angelina Lawson, was arrested by officer Moore, upon the charge of feloniously and burglariously breaking into the store of Mr. William A Wright, and stealing a large quantity of sugar, valued at $4,000.

Officer Kennedy yesterday took into custody Jane, slave of Wm. Wyatt, charged with stealing one gold chain, one apron, and one pair of earrings, valued at $50, the property of Mary Wolff.

Joseph Maria, a white man, was yesterday arrested by officers Perrin and Adams for committing a violent assault upon, and attempting to shoot, Perrin while in the discharge of his official duty.

A white man named Philip Bolding, while in a state of inebriation and interfering with persons in the street, was arrested by officer Baptist and put in the lock-up.

Officer Granger committed to the lock up on Sunday a white woman, named Lucy Grogan, on the charge of threatening violence towards Mary Broderick.

Capt. Pleasants, chief of the city police, took in custody on Saturday night a negro fellow belonging to Christopher Bowers, detected in stealing one lot of knives, one lot of spoons, three dresses, and a tin can of flour, valued at $200, the property of his owner.

All of these parties will be before the Mayor this morning.

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