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Judge Lyons's Court. --A short session of Judge Lyons's Court was held yesterday, at the conclusion of which it adjourned till the time for beginning the next term. Isaac Jacobs, indicted for selling forged passports to Nathan Bernstein, renewed his recognizance in the sum of $10,000 for his appearance at the next term. [On entering the court-room yesterday, Jacobs encountered Bernstein at the door, and assailed him with a tirade of abuse, for which conduct the Judge fined him fifty Jacobs encountered Bernstein at the door, and assailed him with a tirade of abuse, for which conduct the Judge fined him fifty dollars and required him to give security in the sum of two thousand dollars for his good behavior.] Patrick McGovan, indicted for stealing bacon from L. Peyronet, gave security in the sum of $2,000 for his appearance at the next term. Nolle prosequi were entered in cases against the following parties, charged with stealing, and they were then sent to their commands: Thomas J. Horsley, John Barnes and Richard McGregory.