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s Palmer, charged with setting fire to the dwelling-house of Theodore A. Law, and robbing him of several thousand dollars in money, jewelry, &c., was found guilty by the jury and ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes on two occasions, and then to be transported beyond the limits of the State. Elijah Pittman, free, charged with stealing $300 from a slave of T. C. Cone and $200 from G. A. Lenhard, was convicted and sentenced to the Penitentiary for ten years. The Grand Jury made the following presentments: O. E. Edwards, for assault and battery; Charles and Elizabeth Everett, for receiving stolen goods; James Frazer, for larceny; Henry M. Hurt, for assault and battery; James Melvin, for receiving stolen goods; and James E. Robinson, three cases, for larceny. We have been requested to request Mr. J. A. Graham, the author of a card published in the Dispatch of yesterday over the signature of "A Fluvanna Farmer, " to appear before the Grand Jury on Thursday, at 11 o'clock.