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nt on; Christopher Russell and Henry Jones, for stealing boots, shoes, and leather; and Thomas Hayes, a slave, for stealing cloth and clothing. These parties are to be heard at the next term of the Hustings Court, which meets on Monday next. On Saturday night the police arrested, in a house on the gas works lot, forty-four negroes, who had assembled there for a grand frolic. Yesterday morning they had an early hearing, and were ordered to be striped for their indiscretion. Sandy Robinson, a free negro, has been arrested on charge of stealing a carpet, worth $500, from Dr. A. E. Peticolas, and is to be examined before the Mayor to-day. John Sullivan, a paroled Yankee, after "bobbing around the streets and drinking had liquor to his heart's content, applied at the first station-house for lodgings, having nowhere to stay, and was locked up. The Mayor will give him a hearing this morning, and will then, in all probability, return him to Gen. Winder, to be taken care of.