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. --Judge Lyons, after an absence from the city for near two months, has returned, and convened his court yesterday. The Grand Jury, composed of the same gentlemen who have acted in that capacity for years past, were duly sworn and received their charge from the Judge, after which they retired to consider the business which had been prepared for them. They soon after returned into court and made the following presentiments for felony: John Leathers, William S. Isaacs, Antonie Samanni, (two cases,) Charles Doherty, James Smith, James H. Marshall, John J. Boler, Joseph Neidham, Francis Craven, James H. Saunders and Granville Montelle. The Grand Jury was then discharged. John Leathers, indicted for stealing a shirt from Elijah Brittingham, was put upon trial, and, after an examination of witnesses and argument of counsel, the case was given to the jury, who, after a short retirement, returned into court and rendered a verdict of acquittal. The court then adjourned.