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Mayor's Court. --Yesterday the case of Jim, slave to Isham Chewning, charged with the murder of Andrew, slave of Mrs. Sally Gray, was continued until to-day. John H. Gatewood and Chas. H. Althizer, arrested as accomplices in the murder of Edwin Hamilton, had their cases also continued until to-day.
ment prevailed at Norfolk, in expectation of an attack and the destruction of the city by the Burnside expedition, and that the Merrimac was crowded with men ready for action. Lieutenant J. S. Worden, who commanded the Monitor during the recent engagement, was injured by the cement from the pilot house being driven into his eyes. The evacuation of Leesburg by the rebels and its occupation by Col. Geary on Saturday, is officially confirmed. Yesterday morning the pickets of Colonel Hamilton, near Smith's Mills, were attacked by rebel scouts, and one of the 27th Indiana regiment was killed. Scouting parties sent out in the direction of Winchester failed to meet with any resistance, except from a small cavalry pickets, but on Friday a brick skirmish took place between a company of our cavalry and a part of Colonel Ashby's rebel cavalry, between Bunker Hill and Winchester, in which six rebels were killed. Up to last night all was quiet on the frontiers of the Upper