Tho Jaolcson Citlset says : Thirteen convicts v-re receivod ditring the month of February, against twenty-one during January. Six woro coinmittud for larocny, ono for breaking hito a dwelling house in the day-time, with intent to commit lurjeny, one for luroony in a dwolling-house in day-tiine, one for murdor in the eecond degreo, one for cMnspiracy ainl obtaining propmty undor false pro teneos, oue for burglary and larceny, one for seduction nd ono for ádultery, Threti wero sent for ono yci, six for two yeara, one for one year and nine montbs, one for tb ree ycars, and one for ten yoars. Sixleen wero diseharged daling the nionth, against twouty-ouo during the month of Janunry, as follows : Edward Newsom, George Baker, Major L Smith, Luther J. Pratt, John Douglass, Thomas Keough, Henry Ed. McClellan, Thomas E. Winters, Eiiimet Hall, Jaseph Miller, Augustus DeSnapp, EdvranJ H. Benedict, Thomas Gannon, CUarlos Slawson, Lorenzo P. Cole, George Givana. Toranco Bresnahan was pardoned, and James II. Allen committed suicide. Thoro ()81 conviets now in prison, against C23 at tho beginning of tho month.