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Mayor's Court. --Yesterday John Murphy was examined for having, on the 2th of April last, shot Martin Callahan in the month with a pistol ball, near the Old Market. The wounded man appeared in Court. The Mayer remanded Murphy to the Hustings Court and allowed him to give $500 call for his appearance. Sally, slave of J. M Mecon, was examined for receiving $100 in gold, part of $3,000 stolen from Isaac Jacobs by his servant, knowing the same to have been stolen. She was remanded for trial before the Hustings Court. The case of Wm Train and P M Reynolds, for fighting in the street and disturbing the public peace, was called Reynolds only answering to his name. He was required to give security to answer an indictment for misdemeanor. A number of persons were fined for keeping their restaurants open on Sunday, in violation of law, and for selling liquor without a tavern licence.