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Mayor's Court. --John Jenkins alias Bransford, arrested by Lieutenant L. M. Carter, of the watch, as an accomplice in the murder of Edwin Hamilton, was, after an examination on Saturday, acquitted. --Jim Robinson, free, was ordered to be punished for aiding Henry, a slave, to break open James M. John's trunk.--Robert Hoggins, arrested for declaring himself an Abolitionist and friend of the Lincoln dynasty, showed that he did so to get at the drift of his questioner, and was let off. There was no reason to doubt his loyalty after knowing the man and the circumstances under which he uttered the suspicious avowals.--John Richardson alias John Dailey, arrested for passing a hundred dollar counterfeit Treasury note to Philip Epstein, was delivered to a Government officer to be taken before Commissioner Watson for examination. --John and Daniel Munn, two lade, were arraigned for fighting in the streets and throwing rocks. They were let off with an admonition — John H. Gatewood was com