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A Woman shot. --On Tuesday last Alfred Winston shot Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas, on the Brook Turnpike. The circumstances, as we learn them, are these; Winston had a cow in a lot near Mrs. Lucas, which she had turned out, when some words ensued, which resulted in Winston's drawing a pistol and firing on Mrs. Lucas. The ball entermstances, as we learn them, are these; Winston had a cow in a lot near Mrs. Lucas, which she had turned out, when some words ensued, which resulted in Winston's drawing a pistol and firing on Mrs. Lucas. The ball entered the side of her head, inflicting a wound which is considered of a dangerous character. W. has been arrested. mstances, as we learn them, are these; Winston had a cow in a lot near Mrs. Lucas, which she had turned out, when some words ensued, which resulted in Winston's drawing a pistol and firing on Mrs. Lucas. The ball entered the side of her head, inflicting a wound which is considered of a dangerous character. W. has been arrested.
Postponed. --The examination of Alfred Winston, charged with shooting Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas, of Henrico, which was to have taken place yesterday, has been postponed till Saturday morning next, at 10 o'clock. The examination will take place at Wm. S. Wade & Co.'s office, near the corner of Franklin and Governor sts.
Sent on. --The case of Alfred Winst on, examined at the County Court Saturday upon the charge of shooting Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas, was sent up to another court, and the accused bailed to answer. It was shown on the part of the defence that the prisoner is very near sighted, and thought he was firing at a negro man.