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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Eliza Whitehurst was charged with receiving six knives and forks, the property of the C S Government, knowing the same to have been C S detective, who had been employed to ferret out the robbery, heard that Mrs Whitehurst had them in her house, and on going there was informed by her that she had urner also stated that he arrested the negro boy, and learned from him that Mrs Whitehurst bought the knives and forks. She was to pay him $30 for them, and had givearance before the Hustings Court. Another charge was preferred against Mrs Whitehurst, of receiving a diamond breastpin, the property of Lt Col Nilligan, of the breastpin was stolen from his scarf.--Suspicion rested upon a young man named Whitehurst, son of the accused, who was occupying a seat beside him on the train; but bee managed to escape. Subsequently the pin has been seen in the possession of Whitehurst, as well as his mother, who, it is alleged, received it through jailor Hall,