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er men, charged with offences against the Government, having been brought from the jail of Pittsylvania, their trials will take place at an early day. Mayor's Court.--The following detectable card, beautifully printed, was exhibited in Court yesterday morning: "The Young Men's Pleasure Supper will be given at Mrs. Quarles', on 12th street, on Thursday evening, Oct. 16th, 1862, at 8 o'clock; to which the pleasure of your company is respectfully solicited." Elizabeth Brown, a negress, and several others of the same color unworthy of mention, were interrupted by the city police while engaged in the dispensation of the of incident to the occasion, and taken to jail. Yesterday morning they were arraigned for a violation of the law concerning unlawful assemblies, but were released upon the evidence of their intention to do no harm. Ira Parker charged with stealing $75 in money and sundry articles from James 2d Faque, was sent on to a called Court of the date of Nov. 22d, 1862.