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ck and Pat O'Neal were examined and sent on to the Alderman's Hustings Court for the murder of Patrich Kelly and Wm. Downes. Francis Antoni. the party arrested under the name of "Frank," was discharged from complicity in the affair. The female witnesses, being mostly persons of abandoned character, were committed to appear, as they could not give security for so doing when wanted. Wm. H. Langford was discharged from the charge of "beating his wife." Sam Listy was dismissed from the charge of threatening violence to Mary Davis. The case of Hugh Bigely, for stealing a horse from Wm. Harris, valued at $260, was continued until the 27th inst. John Dolay, for assaulting H. H. Hutchinson, being unable to give bail, was sent to jail. Ann Edwards, charged with keeping a house of ill fame, was committed in default of surety for her good behavior. John Daley, arrested for breaking down the door of Mike Kearney's house, was sent to Gen. Winder, being a soldier.
When he was carried to Richmond he was taken before the Military Governor, General Winder. The General asked him what regiment he belonged to, assailed him bitterlyr soil.--Father Hagan simply replied that he was a noncombatant, and he thought Winder took an unmanly advantage of his condition as a prisoner to assail him. He was d and meat, and was kept until next day. Sober second thought prompted General Winder to send for Father Hagan, and apologize to him for his rude treatment on thnt, he was entitled to a little more leniency than other prisoners, went to General Winder's quarters and made the request that he might be allowed to retain his horse. Winder replied, "D — you and your horse; you damned ministers come down here to raise hell. I would give a common soldier more privileges than you." Winder finalWinder finally modified his tone and granted the request of the reverend gentleman prisoner. Father Hagan was permitted to enjoy the hospitalities of Bishop Magill, Roman Ca
The lines below Richmond. Lieutenant-Colonel L. S. McGruder, commanding the 10th regiment of Virginia Cavalry, now on picket near White Oak Swamp, having learned on Sunday that the enemy was occupying Forge's Bridge, sent towards that point a small scouting party, under command of Lieut. Tichenor, of Richmond. The Lieutenant scouted as far as the bridge, bringing back with him two prisoners. The Yankees had left the bridge on Friday last. The pickets also captured one prisoner the same day. They were all brought to Richmond on yesterday, and handed over to Gen. Winder.
mas Holmes, Prince William. Jim Johnson, free, Connecticut. Harrison Read, free, Prince William. Joe Bush, free, New York. Jas West, slave of Geo R Cocke, King and Queen. Oliver Pleasants, free, Charles City county. Chas Montgomery, free, Washington, D. C. Wm H Richards, free, Baltimore, Md. John Cox, slave of Richard Lyne, King and Queen. Richard Hudgins, slave of Capt Jno Taylor Charlottesville. Samuel Hill, free, Washington, D. C. Thos Jackson, free, New York. Joe Boykin, slave of Graham Pearce, New Kent co. Jos Marzingo, free, Westmoreland co. Dan'l Henderson, slave of Frank Ruffin, Richmond city. Baldwin Lee, slave of Richard Baylor, Sandy Point. David Young, slave of Richard Baylor, Sandy Point. J Beeden, slave of M Stillats, Front Royal. R Western, slave of Thos Evans, York co. The history here given is obtained from the negroes themselves. Jno. H. Winder. se 30--d&w2t Brig. Gen.
Not Hanged. --The "reliable gentleman" who arrived at Gen. Winder's office on the 26th of September and reported the summary execution of Dr. M. L. Rossvalley, as a spy, by the people of Mobile, was slightly mistaken, as appears by the Tribune of that city, which represents Rossvalley as still in prison there on the 1st of October. He had not been tried for his alleged offence.
her children Prince William. Louisa Gibson, slave of Thomas Bo- Prince William. Jim Johnson, free, Connecticut. Harrison Read, free, Prince William. Joe Bush, free, New York. Jas West, slave of Geo R Cocke, King and Queen. Oliver Pleasants, free, Charles City county. Chas Montgomery, free, Washington, D C. Wm H Richards, free, Baltimore, Md. John Cox, slave of Richard Lyne, King and Queen. Richard Hudgins, slave of Capt Jno Taylor, Samuel Hill, free, Washington, D C. Thos Jackson, free, New York. Joe Boykin, slave of Graham Pearce New Kent co. Jos Marzingo, free, Westmoreland. Dan'l Henderson, slave of Frank guffin, Richmond city. Baldwin Lee, slave of Richard Baylor, Sandy Point. David Young, slave of Richard Bayloz Sendy Point. J Beeden, slave of M Stilluts, Front Royal. R Western, slave of Thos Evans, York co. The history here given is obtained from the negroes themselves. Jno. H. Winder, se 30--d&w2t B- Gen.
ner and Jas Polk, indicted at the last term of the Court for extortion and bribery. This course was taken by the Attorney for the Commonwealth, by and with the advice of the Court, Recorder Caskie dissenting. It was stated to the Court that Robert Ould, Esq., Judge Advocate of the Court-Martial now in session here, had certified in reference to the proceedings sought to be maintained against Mr. Clackner, that he had been "deeply wronged." Mr. Ould's statement was endorsed as correct by Gen. Winder and by Mr. Danney, on whose oath the indictment was found against Clackner. Under these circumstances, Mr. Daniel, Commonwealth's Attorney said that he could do no less than ask that the prosecution against Clackner be dismissed. The charge against Polk was likewise dismissed. The two men. Bernard Shaw and Theo. Woodhail, (late Detectives) who really did extort and receive the bribes spoken of, it was stated in Court had escaped to the North, and were now in the service of the Lincoln
Hustings Court, Judge Lyons. --Yesterday but little business was done in this Court. Richard Henry Johnson, a conscript, applied through E. Y. Cannon, his attorney, for a writ of habeas corpus, which was awarded, praying to be discharged from custody as a soldier. On hearing the application, by arguments of counsel, &c., the Judge refused to grant the prayer of the petitioner, and remanded him to the custody of Gen. Jno. H. Winder, commanding the Department of Henrico. Several criminals will be tried to-day.
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