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and undeserved bodily harm. Jones was acquitted. The Grand Jury assembled and were sworn in, George W. Smith acting as foreman. After retiring to their room and examining a large number of witnesses, they returned into Court with indictments against the following parties for misdemeanor, viz: Elias Vanderlip and George Wilkinson, Elias and Mary Vanderlip, Anthony Bradley, Charles, Mitchell, Mary Stephens, John F. Hockaday, Josephine DcMerritt, Mary Brown, Kate Clinton, Anna Lewis, Belle Jones, John R. Blankinship, Timothy Lotsey, Samuel W. Chipley, Margaret Paffey, Andrew J. Winn, Britton Allen, John M. Michie. Richard D. Mitchell was presented for an assault on Wm. H. Beveridge. The Grand Jury returned the misdemeanor presentments against Patrick Shahes. Wm. B. Cooke, and Henry W. Lee, "not true bills," The Court sits again to-day at 11 o'clock. Mayor's Court--Monday, Nov. 10. --Washington Thomas, a soldier, found by the city police on the sidewalk drunk,
Successful demonstration upon Nashville-- Morgan and Forrest at Work. Knoxville, Tenn, Nov. 9.--P. M. --On the 5th inst. a demonstration was made upon the city of Nashville by Forrest on the north and John Morgun on the south side. Morgan was quite successful, destroying many cars, locomotives, and bridges. We killed and wounded 75 or 100 Abolitionists, while our loss was very slight. Three Abolition brigades have reinforced Negley in Nashville, and the place is strongly fortified. Morgan Burt the Raiford bridges and water tooks. He is now at Gallatin, Tond. General McCown goes to Arkansas, and Jones joins General Pemberton.