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Chas. Girth, Joseph C. Henry, Wm. N. Miller, Luke McKenna, Jacob Schoff, Andrew Sullivan, John T. Smith, James Slater, Joseph Wagner, Elizabeth Woodcock, John Walthall. The case of John Hagan, for alleged extortion in obtaining money from James Evans to employ a substitute in the battery, was called up by Mr. Hagan's attorney, who argued against the legality of Evans being sworn as a witness and sent before the grand jury to testify against their client. After hearing arguments pro and coabeth Woodcock, John Walthall. The case of John Hagan, for alleged extortion in obtaining money from James Evans to employ a substitute in the battery, was called up by Mr. Hagan's attorney, who argued against the legality of Evans being sworn as a witness and sent before the grand jury to testify against their client. After hearing arguments pro and con, the Judge took time to consider. The grand jury, after making the above presentments, adjourned until Monday next at 11 o'clock.