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Mayor's Court. --James Doyle, white, charged with stealing a trunk and contents from Samuel H. Hunt, was, after a short examination of witnesses, discharged. The charges preferred against Charles Isaacs and Richard Barry, of robbing and garroting Augustus Haxall, will be examined into on Saturday next. James Williams, a paroled Yankee, charged with stealing one pistol and a hat from Wm. W. Johnson, was sent on to the Hustings Court for examination. The case of Henry Temple, a mulatto, charged with stabbing an unknown person some time since, was again postponed till this morning. George B. Wright, charged with stealing $400 in Confederate money from the store of Andrew Lockwood, on Saturday last, was, after a hearing of the evidence, discharged. The charge against William Dwyer, of being a suspicious character and trespassing upon the premises of Samuel Winfree, was disposed of by the Mayor's ordering him to be taken to the Provost for enrollment in the s