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F. Whitfield, bearing date on the 21st day of November last. Mr. John S. Caskie appeared as counsel for the prisoner. In order to give a gooinformed by Mr. Redford, who is employed in the Department.] Mr. Caskie here objected to the reception of hearsay testimony, and a debate ensued between himself and the Mayor. Cross-examined by Mr. Caskie.--The contract was written by myself. After it had been signed, McKered, and work has been delivered upon the strength of it. By Mr. Caskie.--The paper was shown to Capt. Whitfield the same day I received put there by any one acting under my authority. The Mayor.--Mr. Caskie, have you any testimony to offer? Mr. Caskie (after a conferMr. Caskie (after a conference with his client) said he did not propose now to enter upon this defence, but would like to show what Mr. McKenna's character had been forused for examination before the Hustings Court in February next. Mr. Caskie made an urgent appeal for bail, which the Mayor declined to grant