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e was darted to the lock up. The prisoner, who was still under the influence of whiskey, was delivered to Lieut. Charles Hunt, to be sent to his company. Tracy did not appear to prefer any charge against him. Hustings Court, Tuesday, Oct. 28th, 1862. --No criminal cases were tried before this Court to-day. The case of "Hagan's John" was appointed for Friday next, and that of Blankenship for next Monday. Henrico Circuit Court, Tuesday, Oct. 28 1862. --The case of Bernard, charged with shooting John O. Taylor, was called up, and a jury having been empaneled the examination of witnesses commenced. As the circumstances connected with the unfortunate affair are no doubt fresh in the minds of our readers, (an elaborate report having been published in the Dispatch at the time of the rencontre, which resulted in the death of Taylor,) we for bear recapitulating the testimony. The prisoner is defended by the Hon. James Lyons and Judge Wm. W. Crump. John B. Young,