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Continued cases. --The Mayor's docket, yesterday morning, was too heavy for one day, and the following cases were, therefore, necessarily continued: Theodore Woodall, disloyal to the South. Frank Foushee, stealing a gold watch from L. A. Whiting, and military clothing from a Louisiana regiment. Jas. McGee, keeping a drinking-house on Vauxhall island, and selling liquor to be drunk where sold without a license. Henry Easley, interfering with the High Constable in the discharge of his official duty. George Clafy, stabbing Patrick McAnara on 12th June. Frederick Baker, stabbing and killing Eugene Lynch.
Killing. --William W. Jones, charged with beating John L. Curry on 21st June, and causing his death, was again before the Mayor yesterday, and bailed in $500 to appear this morning. Alexander Baker, charged with stabbing and killing Eugene Lynch on 21 July, was bailed in $1,000 to appear and answer next Monday.
Slight suspicion. --Frederick Baker, the young man charged with feloniously stabbing and causing the death of Eugene Lynch, a soldier, on the 2d inst., has been examined by the Mayor. On the evening of the occurrence. Baker, when some miles below Richmond, on his way to his camp, stated to a fellow soldier that as Lynch and himself came through Rocketts, Lynch was attacked and knocked down, and that he interfered and stopped the row. Prisoner and deceased then started to their camp, butough Rocketts, Lynch was attacked and knocked down, and that he interfered and stopped the row. Prisoner and deceased then started to their camp, but after getting some distance Lynch determined to return, and did so, the accused going on to camp. ough Rocketts, Lynch was attacked and knocked down, and that he interfered and stopped the row. Prisoner and deceased then started to their camp, but after getting some distance Lynch determined to return, and did so, the accused going on to camp.