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Mayor's Court, yesterday --Recorder Caskie presiding.--Granville Montelle was arraigned for the fifth or sixth time on the same charges; those of stealing a horse from Henry Debell and one from the Confederate States. From any connection with Debell's horse he was promptly discharged. With regard to the horse said to belong to the Confederate States, he was sent on for examination before the Hustings Court. [This is a case that has been before the courts for several weeks past, the evidDebell's horse he was promptly discharged. With regard to the horse said to belong to the Confederate States, he was sent on for examination before the Hustings Court. [This is a case that has been before the courts for several weeks past, the evidence in which has already been published.] Reuben, slave of Thomas Branch, was charged with stealing a teapot, valued at $100, and a ham of bacon, worth $50, all the property of Emma Cummings. Owing to the absence of important witnesses, the case was continued till this morning. Frank Gray, a free negro, charged with living in the city with Goochland papers, was dismissed on the ground that he would leave the city for his native county as soon as possible. James Dunn, a while boy