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Mayor's Court. --The Mayor presided at this Court yesterday morning, and disposed of the following business: Pat Connelly was arraigned on the charge of stealing from Mrs. Frazier, in the First Market, a pot of butter. Connelly held a paper from the Tredegar Iron Works stating that he was a discharged Federal prisoner, and had been employed in that establishment. The Mayor continued the case until Saturday next, and remanded the prisoner to jail until that time. Joseph Brannan, a white man, charged with feloniously stealing three boxes of tobacco, six decanters, and eight glasses, valued at $100, from George T. Ferguson, proved a full partnership in business, and therefore was discharged. Brannan and Ferguson were the proprietors of a restaurant, but lately B. desired to sell out to F., as he wished to leave the city; this F. was not able to do, and suggested that the concern should be disposed of at auction, in order to settle up the business. To this Brannan obj