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Rioting. --John Jones, remanded to the Mayor by Judge Lyons, to be examined for participating in the riot of the 2d April, and having in his possession several hats and shoes, and a quantity of coffee and bacon, which were taken by the fioters, had a hearing, and was then sent on to Judge Meredith's Court, at its next term, to answer for a misdemeanor. Jones was tried before Judge Lyons for stealing the articles enumerated above, and acquitted by the jury.
The Circuit Court --Judge Meredith--At its sessions just closed, disposed of a number of criminal cases. The Grand Jury found 28 true bills on indictments before them. Of this number 15 were tried and found guilty, three acquitted, two discharged by nolle prosequi, and two penitentiary convicts resentence for additional terms. Many of the rioters of the 2d of April were tried before the Judge.