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an examination before Commissioner Watson. It is probable that the same witnesses who testified against Henry Smith may be availed of in their case, which will probably be heard to-day as its preliminary examination. Mayer's Court--Friday, Nov. 14.--Fanny Taylor, a resident of 17th street, whose face was embellished with two severe cuts, produced by contact with some hard substance, was arraigned for injuring and destroying the fence of a house owned by J. Mayo Carrington. The latter test Hustings Court Grand Jury and answer an indictment for misdemeanor. Brown said he didn't do anything for a living now, but that formerly he was Second Lieutenant of Company B, in the 1st Maryland regiment, C. S. A. Hustings Court, Friday, Nov. 14.--Senior Alderman R. D. Sanxay presiding. Peter Lawson and Wm. Lawson were tried for an assault on Emanuel Raymond in the Second Market, and acquitted by the jury. John R. Blankinship and Thomas Lotey, lads, were tried for taking a fowl
Federal reinforcements at Nashville — speech from Andy Johnson, &c. Chattanooga. Nov. 14. --Fresh reinforcements are reported at Nashville. Andy Johnson made a speech on the 12th in welcome of the first arrival of relief. He said the Western campaign was now all right, and "the rebels are driven closer and closer on the confines of hell." Our forces are arranging some very pretty traps, which will be heard from soon. Major Strange, of Forrest's staff, was wounded on the 21st.
Large fire Knoxville, Nov. 14. --The Army Hospital and half the town of Tazewell was burned yesterday.