Belfast Police Court - Yesterday.

A Troublesome Customer-- Peter Slavin (who had previously been several times before the bench for divers offenses) was charged by Head-constable McGee, of the Harbour Police, with being drunk in charge of a horse and car. He was also charged by a fellow prisoner, Michael Fitzpatrick, with having violently assaulted him in the cell of the Police-office, during the night.

For the first offense, Slavin was fined, and for second he was ordered to be imprisoned for one month.

Belfast (Ireland) News-Letter, May 27, 1857.