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for burglariously entering, in the sight time, the store of Maurice Nelson, opposite the Old Market-House, and stealing a large quantity of ready-made clothing and jewelry, gained at $2,500; and third, for burglariously breaking into James Walsh's gunshot, and stealing $1,500 worth of pistols and The proof in each case was of such a nature that the Mayor committed the accrued for examination for felony, before a called Court on the 7th of May The case of John Murphy, for shooting Martin Callahan in the mouth with a pistol butict, near the Old Market, a few days since, was called; but the witness being unable, from his wounds, to appear and testify, the examination was continued until Saturday. James Shaw was committed for examination on the 5th, on the charge of unlawfully assaulting his wife. Dennis Lynch was examined for aiding and abetting Peter Howard in stealing Whilam Stewart's pocket book, containing $200 and was acquitted. Francis McNamara, charged with b