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Provost Court. --The following cases were disposed of by Colonel McEntee yesterday: Michael Quin, William Walton and Edward Warden, of the Twelfth United States infantry, were charged with having been drunk and without passes, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days each. William Owens and William Crowther, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts regiment, and Daniel Daley and Thomas H, Haley, of the Fifth United States Artillery, were charged with having been drunk and without passes, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days each. Prior Jones, a negro, charged with stealing a piece of meat, was sent to the Castle for thirty days. James Thomas, a negro boy, arrested for throwing stones at a lady, was sent to the same institution for ten days. William Johnson, negro, charged with petit larceny, was found not guilty and released.