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County Court --Randall Bennett and Wm Melton were examined before this Court yesterday, for the murder of James Page a free negro, and remanded for final trial before the Circuit Court. Bail was applied for and refused. The prisoners were defended by M. Johnson and A. R. Courtney Esqs. Patrick H. Huffman qualified yesterday as Deputy Sheriff of the county.
ic Asylums.--Mr. Claiborne. Agriculture and Commerce,--Mr. Thompson. Military Flairs.--Mr. August. Penitentiary.--Mr. Dickinson. Armory.--Mr. Carson. Executive Expenditures.--Mr. Neal. Library.--Mr. Rives. First Auditor's Office.--Mr. Neeson. Second Auditor's Office.--Mr. Marshall. Register's Office.--Mr. Marshall. Treasurer's Office.--Mr. Gatewood. Board of Public Works.--Mr. Christian. Public Printing.--Mr. Bruce. Enrolled Bills.--Mr. Thomas. Clerk's Office.--Mr. Johnson. State Convention.--The President announced the following committee, under Mr. Dickinson's resolution adopted yesterday: Messrs. Dickinson of P. E., Douglas, Brannon, Armstrong; Coghill, Neeson and French. Remonstrance Against Coercion.--The following joint resolution was offered by Mr. Critcher, and ordered to be printed: Resolved, by the General Assembly of Virginia, That a committee be appointed, consisting of two members of the Senate, and three of the House of Delegat