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The Daily Dispatch: February 21, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ruary 20. --Hon. Wm. H. Lyons presiding.--The last will and testament of Maris W. Henning, late of Richmond, was proved and admitted to record. John Walthall, who stands indicted of the murder of a sergeant of the guard at the Confederate States Prison several mouths since, was led to the bar, and being arraigned, offered a plea in abatement, which was rejected, whereupon the prisoner plead not guilty, and was remanded to jail. Attachments were awarded against P. H. Walthall and Edwin Cosby, summoned to attend as witnesses in the above case. John T. Smith, who stands indicted of felony as one of the parties who waylaid and robbed Francis J. Gardner of sundry articles of personal property, including a Colt's revolver, was set to the bar to he tried for said offence, and plead not guilty. The following jurymen were selected by lot to try, him, viz: John Hugan, A Harrington, Henry Miller, Joseph C. Courtney, William K. Watts, W. A. Phillips, L. T. Chandler, J. M. Higgins,