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ptured Belle Jones. Madame du Maison, Laura Bella Roane, Mary Ann Godfrey, Emeline Rodgers, and Kate Mills, and their visitors, young men of various degrees of good and bad looks, giving the names of Wm B Freeman, J. J. Nicholas John Manning, Thos Carroll, Daniel Carroll, Thos. Murphy, Daniel Ryan, Benjamin G Page, B. M. Bear, and Jas. W. Finch. All were committed in default of security for their good behavior. Circuit Court of Chester field County, Monday, Nov. 6th.--Present: Hon. Thomas S. Gholson, Judge. Edward Sears was set to the bar at the Court House in Manchester to day, for trial on the charge of murdering his wife by poison, administered several months since. The evidence being given in, and the argument of counsel heard, the case was given to the jury, who, after a brief retirement, returned into Court, and reported through their foreman that they had agreed upon a verdict finding the prisoner guilty of murder in the second degree, and ascertaining his term of impri