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Mayor's Court. --The following cases received the Mayor's attention yesterday. Louisa Langford, an old, sickly-looking white woman, was charged with stealing a pig from a man named Ritter. The pig was found by the police in Mrs. Langford's house in a cooked state; but on her claiming that it was brought there by her little son and another boy, and that, being almost starved, she could not resist the temptation to eat it. His Honor took compassion and discharged her. Frederick Miller, a pardoned penitentiary convict, arrested some nights since on the charge of robbing Thomas Patterson of a gold watch, a pair of boots and a hat, was before the Mayor to answer for the offence. After an examination of the evidence against him he was remanded for indictment by the grand jury of the Hustings Court. Washington Goodrich and Joseph Furley were each fined $50 and required to give security for fighting in the street. James Cary and Patrick Stack were also up for the same o