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Judge Lyons

commenced the November term of his Court yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. During the morning a number of motions in relation to civil causes were heard and disposed of.

The Grand Jury met at the appointed hour, and brought in true bills against Jno. Burns, for violently assaulting and beating a man named Kane, and breaking his ribs; and against Henry B. Hernandez, for breaking into a house occupied by one of Mr. J. S. B. Tinsley's servants, and stealing all her furniture and wearing apparel. When the robbery was committed the servant who occupied the house was absent from the city. Her owner, however, got wind of the robbery, and procuring a search warrant, not only found the missing articles in the house of the accused, but the officers discovered a saddle believed to have been stolen, and a revolver.

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