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ary stock for the road? He was opposed to taking these assets until those bonds were discharged. The President had been to New York, after a month spent in gaining control of the Piedmont road, to purchase iron, and was told that if the individual directors would endorse for the Company it could be had. They did so, for they thought it a judicious movement. He believe that the committee would not have made such a proposition if they had been aware of the injustice they were doing. Mr. Edwards asked the gentleman to give way for a moment. He proceeded to say that the subject was discussed in committee in presence of the gentleman from Pittsylvania, who was one of the endorsers of those notes, and of Mr. Bouldin, who was another, and no such objection was raised there. Mr. Bouldin himself wrote the resolution. As it was raised here, he, for one, was in favor of withdrawing it. Mr. Sutherlin replied that, although he did not oppose it before the committee, he opposed it
nd and a lunatic, and not capable of understanding the character of the accusation against her, or of defending herself upon this trial. Mr. Daniel asked the Court to proceed with the examination. Senior Alderman Regnault announced the decision of the Court as follows: The opinion of the Court (four to one) is, that the examination be gone into; that this is an examining court, and not a court of trial. The witnesses for the Commonwealth were then called and sworn. Alexander Edwards testified that Kirby stayed at his house, this night before he was killed. Mrs. Kirby was down at the market the day before, but he got away from her. She frequently came there and created disturbances with Mr. Kirby, accusing him of intimacy with Mrs. Liebhauser. The evening before he was killed, witness went to carry some letters to Mrs. Kirby, which her husband had got from the post-office, and she told him to carry them back to the d — d son of a b — h. She exhibited a pistol, an