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s named Julia Selden, were caged for keeping a disorderly and ill-governed house, and for being primarily the cause of the affray. The authorities intended to use both of them as witnesses on the Coroner's inquest, which was appointed to take place at 11 o' clock on saturday, the dead body of Kelley being meanwhile locked up in an unoccupied shanty, owned by a negro, near the corner of 15th and Poplar streets. About one month since the fact that Duff altas Pearce had been committed to Castle Winder as a deserter and desperado of the worst description, was recorded in this column. Of his subsequent release and for what cause we had not been informed. Nor did we know that he had been restored to his unalienable rights, (which, judging from the representation of those who knew him best, was to steal, murder and fight.) until notified by the occurrence now being narrated. It is reported, on good authority, that after his release he was on several occasions employed by Captain G. W. Alex