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t, John Hagan, to a newspaper office, with infentions. The testimony before the Mayor showed that he met with a reception not altogether pleasing, and subsequently gave utterance to threats of personal violence against one of the editors, Mr. E. A. Pollard, and that the friends of the latter got out a warrant with a view to the preservation of the public peace. The Mayor required Mr. Hagan to give security in the sum of $200 for his future good behavior.--When this case was disposed of, Mr. Mr. Pollard made affidavit to certain facts connected with the impressment of free negroes into the public service, the object being to institute a prosecution against Hagan. The testimony was heard by the Mayor and two magistrates, and the matter involving propositions of a some what novel character, it was determined to take further time for an examination of the law bearing upon it. If there has been an abuse of the power entrusted to an individual, in the manner alleged, we hope it will b