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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Baylor, slave of John F. Hicks, was charged with stealing one side of sole leather and five candles. The accused stated that if time was allowed him he could prove honest possession of the leather and candles, whereupon the Mayor, in order to give him time to do so, continued the matter till to-day. Anna Conley was charged with receiving a counterpane, the property of Middle Brockett, knowing the same to have been stolen, but Mrs. Couley proved that she received it from a white man who claimed it as his own, and was there upon discharged. Charles Pryor, a free negro with no papers, and having a pair of boots in his possession supposed to have been stolen, was ordered to be whipped. Bathurst M. Davis, of this city, a young man about twenty-two years of age, was charged with stealing a gold watch, of superior quality, the property of Daniel E. Gardner. On Tuesday, the Grand Jury of the Circuit Court of Henrico presented the accused for t