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t privately fond of nippers and correspondence with burglars, and "putting" up jobs for the same, committed as a person of evil name and fame — a name to which he is eminently entitled, judging from the revelations made at the Mayor's Court.--Margaret Lynch, a dissolute and abandoned female, said to be white, was committed for associating with negroes. A tread-mill would operate admirably on such disgusting figments of humanity as this Miss Lynch. A little of the law of the old judge, her progmade at the Mayor's Court.--Margaret Lynch, a dissolute and abandoned female, said to be white, was committed for associating with negroes. A tread-mill would operate admirably on such disgusting figments of humanity as this Miss Lynch. A little of the law of the old judge, her progenitor, would not do her much hurt.--Frederick Lieeke was committed in default of surety for general drunkenness. He hoped to escape punishment by giving the police a false name, but the scheme did not work well.