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Violations of liquor Licenses. --Henry Knowles was charged before the Mayor yesterday with keeping Iris drinking-house open on Sunday and dealing liquor out to negroes, in direct violation of the law regulating the sale of ardent spirits. From the testimony of police officer Griffin, a clear case was made out against Knowles, and he was therefore fined $10. Pauline Glass, an old, witch-like looking Dutch, woman, was also before His Honor for a smiler offence. This case excited considerable mirthfulness, both with the Court and spectators. Such a tongue clattering as she poured forth would have defied any one to translate it, and the hitherto undiscovered secret of perpetual motion was fully made plain on the occasion, and Pauline should receive all the renown and emoluments to which she is entitled as its discovered. She complained greatly of the officer who had informed against her, and asseverated that he was only actuated from vindictiveness against her because she w