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Henrico county. --A meeting of the "State-Rights party" of Henrico county was held on Saturday last, at the County Court-House, G. M. Savage, Esq., presiding, and Mr. O. S. Taylor acting as Secretary. The object of the meeting was to nominate a candidate to represent the party in the next House of Delegates; but the attendance being small, the meeting adjourned till the first Monday in May, (Court-day.) Able addresses in favor of the South were delivered by Messrs. Jas. Lyons and John B. Young. After the adjournment of the meeting, Dr. Z. S. McGruder, the present representative in the House of Delegates, announced his intention of addressing his constituents at the time above named.
Judge Lyons' Court. --The case of the Commonwealth and Crenshaw, which has occupied the attention of this Court for several days during the past week, was up again Saturday. last, when sundry speeches were delivered, pro and con. The case (in which the accused is charged with feloniously shooting John O. Askew,) was given to the jury in the course of the day, and, after deliberating on the evidence, they returned a verdict of acquittal.