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were committed in default of $500 bail for their appearance on that day. Joseph Cregar was arraigned for examination on the charge of shooting and killing Michael Horan, otherwise called Brockets Mick, at Krebb's farm, in Henrico, a few weeks since. Two women, named Jenny Lind and Maggle Hambleton, were brought up as witnessebeen present at the place where the shooting took place. The Mayor tried to get at a knowledge of the fact heretofore reported to him that the disturbance between Horan and Cregar originated about some words said to have been addressed to Jenny Lind, and which Cregar took offence at. The witnesses either could not or would not adme truth out of the parties when he summoned them before him. His Honor also stated that on the examination of one Wm. Flemments, for participating in the murder of Horan, a Mr. McWilliams had intimated that Cregar did the shooting, and he saw him do it.--This was said at a time when it was presumed Cregar had left for parts unknown