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nistered a severe reproof upon the manner in which some of those officers have recently conducted themselves. The particular case in point was in reference to an arrest of an unlawful assembly of negroes a few nights since at the house of Mr. James Pendleton, on Fifth street, near Jackson. Several communications have been received by his Honor from parties cognizant of the roughness shown by the watchmen towards the white ladies who were at Mr. Pendleton's on the night in question, and it hasMr. Pendleton's on the night in question, and it has even been alleged that one of the officers so far forgot himself in his efforts to establish a reputation for vigilance in catching a negro, as to deliberately knock a lady down who, unintentionally, happened to get in his way. These complaints, the Mayor stated, were of frequent occurrence and of such a character as to entitle them to some attention. He intimated that at some future time he should demand the name of the man said to have struck the lady alluded to, when he should not only be