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Mayor's Court. --The following is a summary of the proceedings before the Mayor yesterday: Cornelius, slave of President Davis, charged with stealing money from his master, and attempting to escape to the Yankees, did not appear, he having escaped from the upper station-house after being locked up therein. A charge was preferred against William Butler and John Bastin, white boys, of stealing fifteen pairs of cotton cards, worth $800, from Wm. Forbes. The evidence implicating thy, a pair of shoes, and one gold watch, from Wm. A Wright, was called to answer the complaint. The testimony proving her guilt, she was sent on to the Hustings Court for further examination. A charge was preferred against John, slave of John B. Davis, of writing a pass for Carter, slave of Dr. Warner Cook, so as to enable him to escape to the Yankees. Ordered to be punished by his master. Dr. Howell Thomas was fined for depositing and permitting offensive matter to remain on the emb
Re-Enlistments in the Army. [official.] Orange C. H., Feb. 15. To Gen. S. Cooper: The following troops have re-enlisted for the war since the announcement of the 10th inst.: Lane's brigade, Wright's brigade, Perin's brigade, Davis's brigade, 7th Virginia cavalry, 11th Virginia cavalry, 13th North Carolina Troops, 11th North Carolina Troops, 48th Virginia infantry, Garnett's, Peague's, Haskell's, and Pegram's battalions of artillery. The following, having enlisted originally for the war, have reiterated their determination to continue in service: Cutts's battalion of artillery, McGowan's brigade, and 14th Alabama regiment. R. E. Lee.