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Henrico.--Dr. John Garnett, Messrs. Henry Cox, R. A. Mayo, R. Gentry, James Carter, N. F. Bowe, J. B. Crenshaw, Rev. Geo. D. Exall, John F. Wrenn, John Stewart, James Lyons, Fendall Griffin, Garland Hanes, Josiah Dobbs, F. Stearns, Thos. E. Nichols, Henry Satter-white. Hanover.--Messrs. Ed. Sydnor, B. T. Winston, W. C. Shelton, G. W. Doswell, Dr. W. F. Gaines, Col. E. Shelton. Chesterfield.--Messrs. H. T. Drewry, Samuel. Hargrove, W. B. Gates, Augustus Jenks, E. O. Watkins, T. Dorsett, Rev. C. Friend. Charles City.--Messrs. Hill Carter, Robert Douthat, and Dr. E. Wilcox. Prince George.--Dr. Osborne. New Kent.--Dr. S. P. Christian, Mr. H. M. Sherman. Goochland.--Mr. J. M. Trevilian, Dr. Geo. Harris. Halifax.--J. Atkinson. Amelia.--Rev. R. McIlwaine. P. B. Price, Committee. A. S. Lee, Committee. E. Straus, Committee. C. Burnett, Committee. C. R. Barksdale, Committee. C. Bates, Committee. Richmond, July 26, 1861.
unknown person in Winchester, was committed until the 31 st. Michael Sullivan, soldier, was sent on to be examined by the Hustings Court, for feloniously cutting and stabbing Francis J. Smith, on Broad street, on Thursday evening. The act was proved to have been done without cause or provocation on Mr. Smith's part. Alice Wallace, free, brought in by order of Justice Beverage, was set to work on the public defences. Geo. Judge, caged for drunkenness, was discharged. Zachariah Burnett, soldier, drunk and assaulting a man in the cage, was delivered to his commanding officer. Frederick Dornin, soldier, deranged from drink, and drawing a bayonet on a watchman. Let off. E. Kirchschlegal, using seditious language against the Government of the Confederate States. Committed for further hearing on the 29th. Andrew Robbs, drunk in the market. Committed. John Fagan, fined $10, and case sent to the Grand Jury, for selling ardent spirits without a license o
further this morning. Thomas G. Ellington, who professed great penitence, and said he had been in the army of the Northwest, was discharged upon his promising future good conduct. George W. Johnson was committed to jail for being drunk and disorderly in the streets. Wm. Forrester was fined $15, and required to give surety for his future good behavior, for selling ardent spirits to be drunk at his house where sold, without first having obtained a license to do so. Wm. McDonald, who appeared to have assisted the officers rather than obstructed them in the suppression of the riot of Friday, on 17th street, was discharged. Thompson and Sears were committed for being drunk and disorderly. Napoleon B. Devinney and a Mr. Crew, were brought up because it is not safe to allow them to go at large, they being not of sound mind. His Honor will dispose of them humanely. Zachariah Burnett, charged with assaulting and beating some unknown person, was discharged.
stabbing. --Zachariah Burnett, a soldier, belonging to the 4th Louisiana battalion, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday on the charge of stabbing a fellow soldier named John Dowdy. The affair occurred on Main street, between 23d and 24th, on Saturday afternoon. The parties were friends, but had been drinking freely, and got into a quarrel, the nature of which it would be difficult to explain. Burnett admits that he committed the act, but is unable himself to account for it, since abbing a fellow soldier named John Dowdy. The affair occurred on Main street, between 23d and 24th, on Saturday afternoon. The parties were friends, but had been drinking freely, and got into a quarrel, the nature of which it would be difficult to explain. Burnett admits that he committed the act, but is unable himself to account for it, since there was no previous animosity between them. Dowdy's attending physician said the wound was not dangerous. The case was continued to the 23d inst.
Police matters. --The list of cases on the Mayor's book yesterday was smaller than usual on Monday morning. Several topers, who had commenced their Christmas debauch in advance, were let off at the watch-house. The case of Zachariah Burnett, a soldier, arrested last week for stabbing a comrade, named John Dowdy, was called by the Mayor, when it was stated that the wounded man had left the hospital and could not be found. A further continuance was ordered.--John Murphy and Thomas Smith were arrested on Saturday night while engaged in a personal combat near the Dock. The watchman stated that they were settling a misunderstanding by a "friendly fight," and quietly yielded to his interference. They were discharged.-- Wm. Kidd, upon whom the alcoholic fever raged so violently as to instigate him to attempt to shoot a watchman, was required to give security in $150 to keep the peace.-- Thos. Bradford was fined $20 for keeping his bar-room open after 10 o'clock at night. Sam,