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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --William, slave of C. E. Kent, was punished for having a loaded pistol in his possession. --Claiborne, slave of E. A. J. Clopton, was whipped for getting drunk and falling about the streets.--George, slave of Wm. Gray, went to condign for breaking the front window of W. L. Waring's store.--George Roberts, free negro, was whipped and put to work in the Chain-Gang for 60 days, for stealing John Bowman's vest and selling the same to Gliver, slave of Mary Hill.
Death of the Duchess of Kent. The Queen of England's mother, Maria Louisa Victoria, Duchess of Kent, died on Saturday,March 16th, at her residence, Frogmore, near Windsor Castle. An incurable cKent, died on Saturday,March 16th, at her residence, Frogmore, near Windsor Castle. An incurable cancer, which had long preyed upon her, has at last proved fatal. As the mother of the honored lady who fills the British throne, she has always been regarded with interest. Old King George the T
married the Princess Augusta, of Hesse, who is still living, and has three children.
The Duke of Kent, who was older than the Duke of Cambridge, married the lady whose death is just announced.
None of the Royal marriages thus arrange pleased the English people, except that of the Duke of Kent.
The lady selected for him was the daughter of the Duke of Saxe-Cobourg, widow of the Prince of Lei uly 11th, 1818 A daughter, the present Queen of England, was born May 24th, 1819, and the Duke of Kent died on the 23d of the following January.--The Duchess, thus a second time a widow, devoted herse