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The Anticipated attack on Mobile. The following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of Pascagoula. D. H. Maury, Major-Gen."
Richmond Circuit Court --Feb. 19th, Judge Meredith, presiding.--Jim Ellis, free, with aliases, Wm. Hardeman, John Thacker, Jas. Henry alias John Williams, and John Orritt, penitentiary convicts, who had served two years in that institution, were severally put to the bar, and being identified as the same parties, were severally re-sentenced to a further term as the laws of the State require, for a period of five additional years, to commence from and after the period for which they are now undergoing confinement. Allen Ewing, John Myers, with numerous aliases, and Jno A H R Armistead were severally put to the bar, and upon being identified as parties who had already served two terms and were now undergoing confinement for a third offence, were, as required by law, resentenced to the period of their natural life. This Court having been engaged recently in hearing chancery cases, will adjourn on to-morrow for the term. The next regular session will commence on the first d