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ally as follows: A. K. Hicks deposed.--Mr. Hagan came to my stable some day last week to see beat him. Mr. Caskie.--Are you aware that Hagan holds some military appointment which authorizr. Caskie.--Did you ever believe from anything Hagan said to you that Pollard's life was in danger o a question by the defence, that he had known Hagan for six or seven years, and never heard that hthe market on Thursday or Friday before last. Hagan was in there. He said that he intended to kil by the name of Tanner had sworn that he heard Hagan, after being so bound over, make threats againt Mr. Bargamin had said that Mr. Hicks heard. Hagan make similar threats; but it turns out from Hirs arms or not. He would, therefore, require John Hagan again to give security to keep the peace. Mayor fixed the amount of bail at $700, and Mr. Hagan gave Henry Easly as his surety. The Mayblic journals, and he had heard, besides, that Hagan said be dare not imprison him for any cause. [6 more...]