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is not the rule of the Court The Commonwealth is ready to go on. The Court — What is the ground of the application? Mr. Crump repeated that Mr. Johnson, who was the original counsel in the case, was absent. He himself had not even heard the testimony. In addition to this, he had been informed that Mrs. Kirby's youngest child was very sick. There was, moreover, an important question to be argued, with a motion to the Court, which required the presence of Mr. Johnson. Mr. Edward Y. Cannon.--I would further state that Dr. Trent, one of the physicians by whom the insanity of the prisoner was proved cannot be here until a late hour in the day. His presence is indispensable. Mr. Daniel admitted that the question of the prisoner's condition was an important matter to her. As to the absence of counsel, there were others here equally competent; and with regard to the sickness of the child, that was only a matter of hearsay. He saw no good reason for delaying the public