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Threatening to Assault and kill. --James McGee, keeper of the Alabama Saloon, on Main, near 8th street, made complaint yesterday before the Mayor, against John James, a Baltimorean, for drawing unlawful weapons on him and threatening to kill.--The difficulty seems to have grown out of remarks made by McGee with reference to James's possession of some handkerchiefs which did not rightfully belong to him.--Witnesses testified to hearing James use threatening language towards McGee, but none of them knew anything of the cause of the difficulty. When asked by the Mayor if he had any questions to propound, James seemed very much agitated, and indignantly James seemed very much agitated, and indignantly denied the charge of being guilty of any dishonorable conduct, though he did acknowledge calling McGee to account for talking about him in a slanderous manner.--He said he had endeavored to conduct himself as became a gentleman and a Southerner; had served thirteen months in the Confederate service, been taken prisoner, and had bee