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onor. There were some two dozen soldiers in Court, with mothers for the purpose of aiding the civil authorities in conveying the prisoners to jail. The Mayor expressed his regret that the city work house was not prepared to receive the large number of candidates for admission, but said that he should at an early day reestablish the chain-gang. Called Court--A called Court of Magistrates convened yesterday morning at the City Hall, to ex Albert O. Stort, charged with murdering James T. Gray on the 13d day of October, 1862. Upon hearing the evidence, the Court was of the opinion that the said Short ought to be cent on to the Bustings Court to be tried for the offence, at the November term, before Judge Lyons, and that Short be remanded to Jail. John P. Smith, charged with committing a felonious theft, was also sent on to the November term of Judge Lyone's Court, to be tried for the offence. C.S. District Court.--The care, of Enquire, who stand charged with passing