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him to the cage. --Russell, who claims to be a British subject, in answer to the Mayor's question where he belonged to, said he "belonged to nowhere," and worked in the same place. Committed; but order revoked on solicitation of friends. Wm. B. Cook was charged with getting drunk Sunday and assaulting Thomas Mahone, a boy, on 18th street, because the latter could not tell him the locality of some place inquired for by him. The Mayor said he saw what was before him, and he should endeavor to make the people of Richmond set an example to persons from other parts of the Confederacy. Cook was required to give security to be of good behavior, and appear before the Grand Jury at its November term. Daniel Ruffin, a bullet headed negro, was called up to answer the charge of abducting Beverley Robinson's $50 cloth coat and a gold ring: a $5 C. S. Treasury note, and a $1 gold piece, belonging to Tom Wright, the two latter also colored. Defendant averring that he had witnesses to pr