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place yesterday. The criminal, who was convicted several months since before the Confederate States District Court. Judge J. D. Halyburion, under the name of John Richardson, alias Louis Napoleon, expiated his offence at noon yesterday on a gallows constructed in the gaily east of the new Alms-House, and near the spot where, in former years, other malefactors had paid the penalty of their misdeeds. Richardson, altas Napoleon, had after conviction, been respited by the President twice; the last one expiring yesterday. A few days prior thereto he was brought to Richmond from the jail of Danville, where he had been contined for safety. On yesterday the pri of which he had been convicted. Five minutes before 12 o'clock, yielding himself to the officer, he was made ready, and at 12 precisely the drop fell, leaving Richardson, alias Napoleon, a dangling mass of inanimate clay, suspended between the heavens and earth. He fell about four feet--a sufficient distance to have broken his