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Examination continued. --The two men called Francis Osgood and Geo. W. Nelson, alias Dick Johnson, charged with having waylaid, beaten and robbed John Driggers, and Alabama soldier, on the night of February 18th, were to have been examined at the City Hall yesterday before a called Court of Hustings, but the absence of the principal witness (who had gone to Manassas) caused further proceedings to be postponed until the regular term of the Court. The Commonwealth's Attorney will, no doubt, request the Secretary of War to permit the attendance of Driggers at the time indicated, if his presence be necessary to further the ends of justice.