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a large number of his fellow-citizens from the enjoyment they hoped to derive by seeing the play. Bridget Sullivan, brought up for going to sleep under the house of a free negro when drunk, was admonished and discharged. Washington Page, a free negro, and Dan and Maria, slaves of Wm. S. Royster, were punished for making themselves "at home" on the premises of Mr. J. M. Francisco without that gentleman's leave or license. Jack O'Donnell was arraigned as the party who shot Washington Jenkins at Metropolitan Hall, two weeks since, on the occasion of the riot at that place. His friends say they can prove he was not at the hall on the night in question. O'D. is the man who shot himself accidentally with a pistol at the Dime Saloon several weeks ago, by which he was permanently disabled, with difficulty getting along the street by the aid of a stick. The axe and old coat found in the possession of Thomas Linton a few evenings since, corner of 9th and Main streets, provi