or twelve months.
Joseph Wagner was arraigned on the charge of shooting Norman Green, near the Central depot, Monday afternoon, This affair was noticed in yestericulty between the parties seems to have originated in the recent disclosure by Green, of an alleged robbery committed near the Columbian Hotel, in this city, about any styled "the McCulloch Rangers." Blake, hearing of the disclosure, assaulted Green, on Monday, at the Monument Hotel, where he is employed as porter.
In the scuffle which ensued, Green drew a pistol from one of his pockets, and , in attempting to return it, one of the barrels was discharged, the ball entering the floor.
Theeen four and five o'clock, they met again near the Central depot.
Blake seized Green, and called upon Wagner, who is a member of the same company, to shoot, him. Wan, the ball entering the neck, and grazing the jugular vein.
In the mean time, Green had disengaged himself from Blake's grasp, and drew a small bowie-knife, with w
Alexandria, Manassas Gap, and the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroads — which bills were laid on the table and ordered to be printed.
Mr. Logan, from the Committee on General Laws, reported a bill for an act appropriating ten thousand dollars to the use of the Military Institute, being the annual appropriation.
Mr. Alderson introduced a resolution directing the Committee of Courts of Justice to inquire into the expediency of passing an act authorizing the county court of Green brier county to admit a will to record, upon special proof of the handwriting of an attesting witness, which was adopted.
Mr. McKinney offered a resolution directing inquiry to be made into the expediency of extending the jurisdiction of Norfolk Adopted.
Mr. Bales asked and obtained leave to withdraw from the files of the Senate, the bill No. 260 of the last session, for the relief of Wm. S. Martin, late sheriff of Lee county.
Mr. Garnett, of Henrico, asked and obtained leave
ealing $160 in bank notes from.
James B. Grant, on the 13th day of January, and ordered 39 lashes.
Fendall Thomas was examined for stealing, on the 1st of December, 1861, a gold chain, worth $25, from Geo. Purcell, and acquitted.
Joseph Calvin Henry was examined for maliciously cutting and stabbing Pryor, a slave, on the 15th of January, with intent to kill.
The prisoner was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons's court.
Joseph Wagner was examined for feloniously shooting Norman Green, on the 20th day of January, and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons.
Mary E. Allen, charged with a felony, in stabbing Wm. T. Chalkley in the left breast, on the 5th day of February, in Lombard alley, was examined and acquitted.
On motion of the Attorney for the Commonwealth, rules were awarded against Andrew Pizzini, E. K. Woodward, and Theo. Elmore, for not attending as jurors when summoned.
Alfred Hill, free negro, was tried on the charge of stealing $1.000 from Wm.