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Mayor's Court. --The Mayor had but few cause before him yesterday morning, and but little time was occupied in the disposition of them. We give the following summary: The examination of Henry Hungerford, charged with exhibiting the game of faro in this city, was again continued. The difficulty in the way of a float disposition of this case, as far as the Mayor is concerned, has been in witnesses, and the police were yesterday directed by His Honor to secure the attendance of three who had been summoned at any hazard. John Read, whose arrest on Thursday, for having a horse in his possession supposed to have been stolen, we noticed in our last is she, was arraigned yesterday for examination; but the prosecution not being prepared to go on with the case, it was postponed till to-day. The examination into the charge against Wm. McKenzie, of stealing one mule, valued at $500 a saddle, worth $100, and one horse collar, valued at $12, from Stanghter M. Williamson, was p