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ight last officers Seal and Jenkins, of the day police, and Lieuts. Baptist and Cousins, of the night watch, effected an entrance into a gaming house kept by Henry Hungerford and Benjamin Degrote, and besides capturing the parties seized a faro table, one silver dealing box, a large number of checks, some few paces of cards, and $n readiness for customers who might enter. Besides the white men, four servants were arrested for being employed in the house and all were lodged in the cage. Hungerford and Degrote gave bail in $1,000 each to appear before the Mayor at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. When the case was called by His Honor, Hungerford appearedHungerford appeared, but Degrote failing to answer the examination was continued till Saturday next. Under a late law persons convicted of playing faro bank or a like game are liable to receive thirty-nine stripes, and to fine and imprisonment. What the evidence will bring forth, remains to be seen. The gaming implements captured will be conf