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uying some oysters. He afterwards went into the adjoining house, where he saw Wm. Peasley and Wm. Jones, who were talking about Wade. The conversation related to the winning of some money from Wadever to the house, and, on returning, saw Wade raise the rifle, and witness called out "look out, Jones." Wade then fired, and shot him (Mott) in the left arm. There had never been any difficulty betwptain, that man is going to shoot," and he replied, "seize him, then" The gun then went off, and Jones rushed up and caught hold of Wade. Dr. Jackson, the attending surgeon, gave a description oevening. He was his neighbor, and witness had regarded him as a peaceable, quiet man. Both Jones and Mott denied that they ever had any previous difficulty with the prisoner. The Mayor saiher, it constituted a felony; and he thought the evidence proved that his purpose was to shoot Wm. Jones. The prisoner was thereupon remanded, to be further examined before the Hustings Court in Nov