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Delivered up. --George and Beverly Bloomer, who will be remembered as the chief actors in a certain muss at "Solitude," on Cary street, some weeks since, resulting in the fracture of John L. Curry's skull, and who were afterwards carried before the Hustings Court and admitted to bail for trial before Judge Lyons, were surrendered up to the Mayor on yesterday by their surety, and offering no other voucher were sent to jail. The Petersburg Express, of yesterday, says: "George and Beverly Bloomer were arrested at City Point and brought to this city on Sunday evening, in obedience to a telegraphic dispatch, from Mr. Terry, of Richmond. These two men were sometime since arrested in Richmond upon a charge of felony, and were bailed out to appear before the next term of the Hustings Court, by Mr. Terry, with whom they boarded, in the sum of $500 each. Mr. T., learning that they were about to leave for the North, on one of the vessels now lying at the Point, telegraphed to our