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Murder. --John Carter, one of the men charged with the murder of George P. Wright, a private in the 12th Virginia Battalion, on Thursday evening last, in Rocketts, was before the Recorder last Saturday; but because of the absence of other parties, the examination was postponed. Sydney Wicker, the man who is said to have inflicted the stab which caused Wright's death, had not been arrested, and there were other parties whose presence would be needed to ensure justice. The Coroner's inquesher parties, the examination was postponed. Sydney Wicker, the man who is said to have inflicted the stab which caused Wright's death, had not been arrested, and there were other parties whose presence would be needed to ensure justice. The Coroner's inquest after hearing such witnesses as could be found, rendered a verdict that the deceased came to his death by a stab in the abdomen, inflected by Sydney Wicker; and that John Carter, John Champion and Charles Tenser were aiders and abettors.