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The Examiner thinks an armed intervention at present would be anything but desirable to the South, especially to the border States, which, with one exception, have no representative in the Cabinet, and would in all probability be sacrificed by Russell, their most deadly enemy, who unfortunately is at this moment Secretary of State for Foreign Affair. Here is very serious matter for reflection, especially for us in Virginia, who voted for secession almost unanimously, and who are almost ts the remarks of the Examine made a very painful impression upon us — the more so, that they seemed to echo our own secret misgivings with regard to the intentions of the great powers. These apprehensions were intensified by the reflection that Russell, our most deadly enemy, is Foreign Secretary. And yet they are somewhat allayed by the recollection that the system adopted at Vienna, in 1815, has so far as Europe, at least, is concerned, given way to the enlightened public sentiment of a pro
d the jury briefly with reference to certain of fences against the common law, amongst which he classed the emunle recently attempted by certain residents of the penitentiary, who desired to enlarge their sphere of usefulness. The Grand Jury being thus instructed, retired, and soon returned with a true bill for felony against Alexander Wright, other wise called Allen Smith, for escaping from the State's prison. A true bill for felony was also found against John McQuay, otherwise called Henry Russell; Joseph Laurence, John Powers Edward Barry, Wm. Harren, Fontaine Rowe, Silas Beazley, James P. Henry, Jesse Howell, Henry Horst, Henry Baldwin, and George Stephens, for conspiring together on the 21st of April to resist the lawful authority of an officer of the Penitentiary, for the purpose of escaping therefrom. Another true bill for felony was also found against the last named parties, for making, procuring, secreting, and having in their possession certain keys for a similar purpose.