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Police Court, Monday, June 16th. --The following cases were disposed of by the sitting Magistrate: Martha, slave of Alex. Nott, receiving a trunk of books, knowing them to have been stolen — remanded, to bring in her son, who gave her the trunk. George, slave of Thomas Pemberton, and Edward, slave of Jno. McGhee — whipped for fighting in the street. Wm. James, (free,) stealing two blankets from Wm. G. Smith — remanded. Said nigger had hired himself to Mr. Smith's son as a cook, but after securing the plunder disappeared, but was captured. James Conner was bound over to keep the peace for aggravating Wm. Peasley, by first kicking his dog and then threatening to kick him; causing Mr. Peasley to strike him several stunners, the effect of which laid Mr. Conner out. John S. Smith, charged with assaulting and striking Peter Henningsen in the face — case continued. It occurred Sunday morning, in the Old M