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False pretences. --James M. D. Irvin, a lad, appeared before the Mayor yesterday to answer thfalse pretences. On the 25th of November last Irvin called at the office of Capt. John H. Wayt, Pas Finley.--Capt. Wayt paid him the money, when Irvin signed the receipt as George W. Finley. The next day Irvin again called at Capt. Wayt's office with similar papers, purporting to be for F. M. Bs was a forgery. Captain Wayt then took young Irvin into custody, and when on his way to Col. Brown's office young Irvin stated that if there was anything wrong about the papers he was not aware ofHe confessed that his name was not Finley, but Irvin; that he had received the papers from E. J. FoBallard House. Capt. Wayt being satisfied that Irvin had received money on false pretences, had forr. The counsel of the prisoner urged that Irvin had been the dupe of Forbes, who, but a few daattempted to suborn a witness to swear against Irvin and in favor of Forbes by offering him a bribe