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eeks ago. The jury acquitted the prisoner, though the circumstances surrounding the case were not such as to relieve the prisoner of a suspicion of guilt. John T. Smith was next tried for stealing $50 from Josiah H. Barris, at the O K drinking saloon, next to the old scale-house, on 17th street. It appeared that Harris and another party were engaged in a game of cards, for money, with another party, and, a dispute occurring, he had thrown off his coat to fight, when Smith, a spectator, marched off with it. The money was in a pocket of the coat. Smith, who hails from Vicksburg, had no lawyer, and pleaded his own case. The jury gave him one year in the marched off with it. The money was in a pocket of the coat. Smith, who hails from Vicksburg, had no lawyer, and pleaded his own case. The jury gave him one year in the Penitentiary. The Grand Jury assembled, and, after presenting Sigismond Zuloski for larceny, for stealing an overcoat from Wm. S. Reed, adjourned sine die.
In the District Court of the Confederate States of America for the Eastern District of Virginia, Nov. 19th, 1862. Ordered, That Receivers Thomas t. Gills, Henry L. Brooke, John T. Francis, Francis L Smith, John M. Speed, Thomas H. Campbell, and William A. Maury, do each of them, on the twenty-second day of December next, render before William F. Watson, a Commissioner of this Court, an account of all matters in his hands or under his control, as Receiver as aforesaid, appalled under the act of Congress entitled --An act for the sequestration of the estates, property, and effects of often enemies, and for the indemnity of citizens of the Confederate States, and persons aiding the same in the existing war with the United States,-- approved Aug. 30th, 1861; and to make and state an account and settlement, under oath, of his collection of moneys and disbursements, under the act aforesaid: And it is. Further Ordered, That the Marshal of this Court cause to be published in t