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Kidnapping free negroes. --Wm. K Ellett, Ro. F. Cotton, and L. B. Boynton, were before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of kidnapd call for them the next morning. The bill of sale was made to L. B. Boynton for the three boys, in consideration of the payment of $6,000, officer that the negroes belonged to a friend, and wrote a note to Boynton to see him at the Court House. The officer next arrested Boynton,Boynton, and that afternoon, when Cotton called at the station-house to see Boynton, he too was looked up. Cotton denied knowing anything about the nBoynton, he too was looked up. Cotton denied knowing anything about the negroes, but passes found in Ellett's possession showed that the two were connected in their operations. The three prisoners are from Texldier, and a scout on the Peninsula. As they were well known to Dr. Boynton, who is a moneyed man, they obtained money of him to trade on, aitnesses, adjourned the investigation for one week, and admitted Dr. Boynton to bail in $3,000 for his appearance. Whatever the facts ma