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Proceedings in the Courts. Hustings Court, Monday, Nov. 10. --The regular monthly tern of the Hustings Court commenced to-day at 11 o'clock, Recorder James K. Caskie presiding. William Willett, of New Orleans, was examined for stealing a pair of shoes from M. C. Gordon & Co., and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. William E. Jones, of the 6th South Carolina regiment, was examined for shooting and killing H. Snow, a Louisiana soldier, Sunday before last, on Broad street. It was pretty clearly shown by all the witnesses that Snow belonged to a gang of ruffians who had set upon Jones for the purpose of beating him without any provocation, and that he in a fit of desperation had shot him for the purpose of escaping serious and undeserved bodily harm. Jones was acquitted. The Grand Jury assembled and were sworn in, George W. Smith acting as foreman. After retiring to their room and examining a large number of witnesses, they returned into Court with indictment