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New York and Baltimore papers, to the 25th instant, inclusive, furnish the following interesting summary: From Petersburg and vicinity. The 13th corps, under Gen Smith has crossed the Appomattox river and joined Grant's main body. The Washington Star of Friday, 24th learns from parties arriving from the front than whilst the 2d and 3rd corps, Hancock's and Wright's, were making, on Wednesday last, a flank movement to the left, in the direction of the Petersburg and Weldon Ra12th in assactitlsells "nigger" regiment, was executed a few days since on Jordan's Hill, near Petersburg for an attempted outrage on the person of a young lady in New Kent, a few days since. When the dispatches announcing the "success" of Gen Smith's movement on Petersburg, and the galantine of the negro troops, were read in the House Thursday, they were received with applause on the Republican side, which was joined in by some of the Democrat, but most of them remained Allen and unmoved.
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Antonio Saman, the young man arrested on Saturday charged with stealing several package of money from the coat pocket of John J Palmer, and entering by false Keys the cafe of Smith, Eaily & Co., proprietors of the Sentinel newspaper, and stealing there from $11,000, was led to the bar. The prisoner during most of the session of the Court occupied a seat beside his counsel, and maintained a composure truly remarkable under the circumstances. The first witness who testified was John J Palmer, principal cash clerk at the office from which the money was stolen. He stated that on Saturday, as was his custom, he wrapped up in a few packages, (the number of which he could not recollect,) the funds and checks which were left on hand after settling up with the employees. These he placed in the breast pocket of his coat, which was hanging over his leak. Just then himself and Mr. A. M., Bally, one of the proprietors, left the counting room in order to examin