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The testimony induced the conclusion that the defendants committed the offence. Both were sent before the Hustings Court for trial, and Campbell was, in addition, committed as a runaway. --John Hill, an Indian, Antonio Solice, a Spaniard and Jos. Camps, a nondescript, were brought up, charged with complicity in the robbery perpetrated on Smith's premises. Antonio Solice was sent before the Hustings Court for examination, and the other two were discharged and ordered to be taken before Maj. Griswold, the Provost Marshal.--Godfrey Roberts, who was taken up because he had in his possession a pistol, supposed to have been stolen, was acquitted.--John Beer was fined $5 for improper driving in the street — John H. Bradley for allowing his man to drive over the sidewalk of 3d street was fined $3--Mary Bradley, free arraigned on the charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the street was acquitted.--Nuisances against B. W. Green Michael O'Neal, and Ro. Jones, were continued. --One c
Released on parole. --Philip Webber and William Frank, two of the men arrested a few days ago on the charge of aiding the Yankee officers to escape from prison, were released on parole Saturday by Maj. Griswold, the Provost Marshal of Richmond.