r. Young replied that under the rule adopted by the Court, they could not waive an examination at this time.
The Court must be satisfied that the evidence was sufficient to justify the remanding of the prisoner for trial.
He would, however, make it as brief as possible.
Wm. A. Barnett was then sworn for the Commonwealth.
He narrated the circumstances of the shooting of Mr. Taylor, but as we published his testimony in full last week, we do not deem it necessary to repeat it.
Kendall Griffin testified that he was with Mr. Taylor frequently after he was wounded, and on the night of his death.
He lived fourteen days after he was shot.
Mr. Young stated that he was with Mr. Taylor the night that he was shot, and frequently afterwards.
There was no doubt that he died from the effects of the wound.--He heard the dying statement of Mr. Taylor, which he (Mr. Young) wrote down, and would read it if the Court desired.
The Court said it was unnecessary to read the paper no