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us note on Sam for genuine currency, and the latter was getting even by a physical demonstration when both parties were seized by the police Meckins was ordered 30 lashes; Sam was let off. Thos. Gitroy and John Ferguson of the Maryland Line, were found illustrating the mode of treatment they intended to meet to the Yankees in the street. The police, not understanding the nature of the combat, took them both up for fighting. They were released and returned to Camp Lee, in custody of Lieut Small. Jas. A Clarke, and Jim Murphy, a boy, were charged with feloniously and violently assaulting and attempting to rob Jac. A. Owens, in Sugar Bottom, south of the Easin, on the line of 9th st. The defendants, while Owens was at the Petersburg Depot, Friday night, undertook to show him the way to a feed store owned by the Government, and on the way attempted to get even by robbery. In doing this they stabbed him in the face with a knife, under the left eye, and on his crying out ran of