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Mayor's court, yesterday. --A number of parties arraigned for petty delinquencies were discharged yesterday: Among them, Henry Scott, charged with an assault on Thos. Martin; John F. Tully, drunk and staggering about the streets; Lawrence Paul, assaulting Pauline Kloss. A case against Wm. W. Wolf was continued until the 24th and defendant admitted to bail for his appearance. He was arrested by order of the Mayor, having procured a pass for self and wife to proceed to Yorktown, and afterwards allowing it to be used by other parties. Joanna Custillo, charged with purloining $16 from Frank Wingo, was sent to jail for another examination. Case of Mrs. Bridget and Miss Mary Devine, for committing an assault and battery on James Broderick, was continued till a more convenient season.
re then marching upon Washington, and the information was published in an extra. It is thought they were only a little premature in announcing what they had been informed was intended to be done. Our doctors here disagree about the matter. General Scott does not think the attack will be made; but Gen. McClellan, who was a classmate of Beauregard's, and is familiar with his mode of combination, is well convinced that he will make an attack upon some point on the Potomac. The relative conle their own forces are getting more disorganized and demoralized by delay and the poor prospect of provision for their comfort or maintenance. It is evident that they must soon fight or disband. They cannot afford to wait for the result of General Scott's plan of starving them out, or Gen. McClellan's programme to have the army perfectly disciplined and prepared before he begins to advance. They must either fight now or submit to the mortification of witnessing their army melt away from the