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Richmond Circuit Court.

--The Grand Jury, yesterday, returned the following hills of indictment:

Commonwealth vs. Wm. Martin, for breaking and entering the storehouse of Porter, Harris & Co., on the 26th of May--a true bill Commonwealth vs. Samuel Jefford, for stealing $30 from Martin L. Covington, of Charlotte county, on the 15th of May--a true bill Commonwealth vs. Lucien Landrum, for stabbing Wm. Mantel, on the 7th of April--not a true bill. The Grand Jury were adjourned to Friday, at 12 o'clock.

A large number of foreigners were admitted as citizens of the United States.

The Court adjourned over to Wednesday, at 10 o'clock.

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