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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Recorder Caskie officiating.--James H. Saunders was charged with stealing two brass cannon bushings, valued at one hundred and fifty dollars, and one brass lock, the property of the Confederate States. The accused has been employed at the artillery workshops. For sometime past considerable quantities of brass belonging there have been lost, but no clue was obtained as to who was the thief till a day or two back, when suspicion pointed very plainly to the prisoner. He was therefore watched, and on Monday was detected leaving the shop with a small box under his arm, which he stated contained some peas; but one of the officers insisted upon an examination, which disclosed the stolen brass. In his room was found other Government metal. The Recorder sent him on to the Hustings Court for examination. Ben, slave of J, H. Gentry, was remanded to the Hustings Court for examination on the charge of breaking into the store of James T. Butler & Co, on t