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ail on the charge of being concerned in the affair of the shooting. The case of the robbery was continued until Wednesday. John Whittaker, a free negro, charged with forging Mrs. Louisa G. Allan's name to a check for $500, payable at the Bank of Virginia, was examined and acquitted, none of the evidence tending to criminate him. Patrick Holland was required to give $200 security to keep the peace towards his wife, who accused him of beating her without cause. The case of Madison Griffin, charged with a forgery, whereby he obtained $15 from Richard Reins, was heard and again continued, the principal witness being still absent. George R. Courtney, a soldier, arrested by the watch for drunkenness, was charged with stealing a coat from Jack White, a runaway negro, confined in the same cell of the cage with him. The Mayor sent him to the Provost Marshal. Joseph Cregar was arraigned for the murder of Michael Horan. The affair, which has often been alluded to in th