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prosecution against Clackner be dismissed. The charge against Polk was likewise dismissed. The two men. Bernard Shaw and Theo. Woodhail, (late Detectives) who really did extort and receive the bribes spoken of, it was stated in Court had escaped to the North, and were now in the service of the Lincoln Government as Detectives. The indictment against James Coggins, for misdemeanor, was quashed by a nolle prosequi, entered by the attorney for the Commonwealth. John T. Smith and William Reed were set to the bar for examination on the charge of entering the Linwood House, on the night of the 20th of November, and stealing from Wm. M. Murray, a boarder, a gold watch, worth $150, and from Oliver F. Webster, another boarder, one pair of boots and two cloth coats valued at $200. The witnesses for the Commonwealth being called and falling to respond, the case was continued until the next term. Rules were awarded against Wm. A Wright and others, who had failed to appear and testify