the 2d of November, were examined and sent on for final trial.
John J. Hockaday, charged with assaulting and beating Sam T Pearce, a watchman, was tried and acquitted.
The Attorney for the Commonwealth, by consent of the Court, entered a nolle prosequi in the case of the boys Tom Turpin, Jim Logan, and Bob Lotsy, and they were discharged.
Chas. Mitchell, charged with stealing a coat from the Columbian Hotel, was found guilty and sentenced to thirty days imprisonment.
The following parties were indicted for misdemeanor:
Lucien Polk, Dick Duff, Julius Sholley, Geo. W. Nelson, James Coggin, Thomas Tardy, John Maley, and Michael Whalery Charles Summers, Marsden Holleway alias Martin Harvey, Jos, Mitchell, and Patrick Murphy; and Casper Marsden and other composing the Richmond Typographical Society, for conspiring to extort money from the public, and especially from John M. Daniel, proprietor of the Richmond
All the misdemeanor cases will be called to-day.