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ed in the Mayor's Court this morning. As we understood the case, as stated the other day in Judge Meredith's Court, by Mr. Gilmer, (counsel for the accused,) there are several very important and delicate questions of law, public polity, and governmes against Woodell are instituted was passed by the Virginia Convention, (Ordinance No. 43,) on the 21st May, 1861. Mr. Gilmer, as we understand his position, will contend that the Mayor has no judicial power under this ordinance. His functions propriety of this rule, the authorities in support of it are numerous;--but we, of course, have no access to them. Mr. Gilmer cites article 3, section 3, clause 1 of Permanent Constitution, and the case of the people against Lynch, page 11. Topser him amenable to the Confederate authorities. Such is a brief sketch of the chief points, as we derive them from Mr. Gilmer, which will pass under review in this case. The authorities, of course, we have no knowledge of; but the above sketch