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Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court, October 16th. --The case of Maria slave of Mrs. Sarah Graves charged with stealing a one hundred dollar note from Elias Adkins, was called and examined. The witness testified that through carelessness he left the note in the watch pocket of his pantaloons and sent the latter to hrequired to give security to keep the peace, on complaint of Mary Roach, who charged her with assaulting and putting her person in danger. Hustings Court, October 16th --Present: Senior Alderman Sanxay; James Bray, C. B. Anderson, N. C. Lipscomb, and John F. Regnault, Aldermen. John H. King was set to the bar for examinaterror. The application of John Frobig, for a discharge on similar grounds, is still pending before the Judge, and undetermined. C. S. District Court, October 16th --Present: Jas. D. Halyburton, Judge--The Grand Jury re-assembled to- day, and returned a true bill against E. C. Jones, sometimes called E. Chambers Jones, sol
The battle in Kentuckyour victory confirmed. Knoxville, Oct. 16 --The Register publisher the following in an extra to-day: The fight in Kentucky has been confirmed by the arrival of two couriers, who state that the fight commenced at Perryville on Monday, the 6th inst., Gen. Hardee commanding the left, Gen. Buckner the centre, and Gens. Marshall and Morgan the right. The result of the first day's fight was, that Hardee captured 1,500 prisoners, with heavy slaughter of the enemy. the 11th, says ens. Jackson, Terry, and Webster, were killed on the Federal side. Gen. P. Tonett, of Lexington, and Maj. W. H. Campbell, of Louisville, were also killed. Gens Rousseau and Curran Pope. of Louisville, were wounded. The Journal a victory over Bragg. Holly Springs, Oct. 16.--The Cincinnati Commercial, of the 11th, says that Bragg has whipped Buell and driven him across Kentucky river, and is in hot pursuit. The above telegrams were received at 11 o'clock last night.