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Supreme Court of Appeals. --April10.--Upon the petition of the City of Richmond, a writ of supersedeas is awarded to a judgment recorded against it by Thos. U. Dudley, Sergeant, and as such, administrator of C. L. Long, deceased, in the Circuit Court or said city, on the 11th of February, 1861, upon the said petitioner entering into bond, with sufficient security, in the Clerk's Office of the said Circuit Court. Edward C. Booth and Jas. Smith, vs the Commonwealth, upon a writ of supersedeas, to a judgment recovered by the Commonwealth against the plaintiffs in the Circuit Court of Franklin county, May 19, 1859. Argued by the counsel of the plaintiffs in error, and by Jno. R. Tucker, Attorney General, and judgment announced "that for reasons stated in writing and filed with the record, that there is no error in the said judgment, therefore it is considered that the same be affirmed." The Court also affirmed the decision of the Court below, in the appeal case of Jamison v
Hustings Court,Wednesday, April 10th. --Senior Alderman Sanxay, presiding: James Edward Carter, charged with committing a felony on the 15th February, in this: that he did forge a certain paper writing purporting to be an order drawn by one Lawrence S. Marye, directed to Mr. Hill, for the delivery of a pair of boots, and did employ the same as true and genuine, was set to the bar for examination, when, on motion of the prisoner, the case was continued until the May term of the Court. Another case against the same person, for forging a certain paper commonly called a check, purporting to be to the order of A. W. Thomas, upon the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, for the payment of $13 to one William F. Frayzer, or bearer, dated Richmond, March 8th, 1861, which he passed to Moses Endol, for goods, and was likewise continued till the next term. Oliver Crossmore was put on trial for exhibiting a lottery for darkeys, against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth, and the case
Hampton Roads, April 10 --Put in, steamer Hankow, from New York, leaking and otherwise damaged. A large number of vessels, chiefly bound North, are detained here by the storm.
[Special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]Latest from Charleston.preparations for an attack.the stores closed. Charleston, April 10. --10 A. M.--The reinforcement of Fort Sumter will be attempted by the U. S. vessels on the flood tide to-day or to-morrow. The floating battery was put in place, at its final destination, yesterday. Every man, capable of bearing arms, is off to the different posts in the harbor, and the stores in the city are closed. Thousands of soldiers are arriving in hourly trains from the interior. No one doubts Lincoln's policy now. We are amply prepared for him, and there is but one feeling prevailing here, "Victory or Death." Gen. Beauregard is in command of all the forces. Maj. Anderson has acted treacherously, and he will have now to take the consequences. Virginias.
[Special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]important from new York. Fort Sumter to be reinforced to-day — theMorris Island batteries to be taken. New York, April 10. --The Ocean Queen and one or two more tug-boats have been chartered by the Government. It is also in treaty for the Vanderbilt. Recruits continue to arrive daily at Governor's Island. From 400 to 500 are on hand at the different posts. A Washington dispatch says Fort Sumter is to be supplied to-morrow at daylight, * by small boats filled with sand-bags and yawls with troops — the yawls to go on the side next Fort Sumter, having the small boats between them and the enemies'batteries. The war vessels are to protect with their fire a force which is to be landed at Morris' Island, to take the batteries there. Allen. [This coincides with the statement in another dispatch from Virginias. The flood tide at Charleston this morning occurs a little after 7:00 o'clock
From Washington.Maryland and the District made a military Department Volunteers mustered into the U. S. Service — more Federal troops for the Capital, &c. Washington, April 10. --The day has been one of great excitement in local circles. Ten companies of our volunteers were called out this morning for inspection and to be mustered into the Federal service for a temporary period. The Government keeps its own secrets, but this movement, it is believed, is for the purpose of forming a strong military guard for the protection of the public buildings and archives.--The companies were inspected at their respective quarters, and the volunteers mustered into service were required to take the test oath in addition to the usual military one, merely to obey the orders of the President of the United States. Many refused to take the oath, though willing to take that usually prescribed. A majority of the company called the "National Rifles"declined to take it, and it is
Disasters to steamers. Norfolk, April 10. --Steamer South Carolina, from Boston for Charleston, touched here to-day to land 25 passengers, and will proceed. She experienced a very heavy gale. Steamer Potomac, from Charleston, for Baltimore, put in for coal. The steamboat Georgeanna, which left Baltimore, Monday, for this port, has not been heard from.
Sailing of the Pawnee. Norfolk, April 10. --The U. S. steam-sloop Pawnee sailed yesterday morning at 6 o'clock, with sealed orders, for the South. The United States steamer Pocahontas sailed this morning for the South.
Naval preparations in new York. New York, April 10. --A Washington dispatch states that the sloop-of-war Jamestown and frigate St. Lawrence, now at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard, will be fitted out immediately for service.
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Northern Markets. New York, April 10. --Noon.--Breadstuffs steady. Flour quiet. Wheat and corn steady and unchanged. Provisions firm. Whiskey steady at 18 ½c. P. M — Cotton quiet-- upland middling 12 ¼@12 ½c. Flour heavy — Southern $5.20@5.60.-- Wheat firm--Kentucky white $1.63@1.65. Corn firm — mixed 66@67c; Southern white 70 Pork firm — mess $17.50. Lard firm at 9 ½@10 ½c. Whiskey steady at 17@18 ½c. Sugar dull — Muscovado 4 ½@6 Naval stores quiet. Stocks active and lower — N. Y. Centrals 73 ½Va. 6