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unsel, pre et con, was concluded and the case being submitted to the jury, who immediately retired, and in about an hour thereafter they returned into Court with the following verdict: "We, the Jury, find the prisoner, James Slater, guilty of murder in the second degree, and do fix his term of confinement in the Penitentiary at ten years." The same magistrates also examined William S. Conley for feloniously cutting Mary J. McMinn on the arm, on 2d street, and Thomas Dobson and Michael Burns for stealing Julius H. Gantt's horse. All the parties were sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. Henrico Circuit Court, Monday, Oct. 27th.--But little business was transacted in this Court to-day further than some civil cases in chancery. The case of Joseph Bernard, charged with shooting John O. Taylor, will be called up Tuesday, provided a jury can be empaneled. Witnesses will bear the fact in mind and be punctual in attendance. Confederate States Court.--No business of imp