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sent in a condition of mental incapacity. Mr. R. T. Daniel, Attorney for the Commonwealth, said that it wtestimony as to the insanity of the accused. Mr. Daniel conceded this point, and told the defence to go othe police thirteen years. Cross-examined by Mr. Daniel.--She was first carried to the upper station-housd Captain O'Brian made this statement to me. Mr. Daniel.--As Mr. Johnson states that of his own knowledgebe as much amenable to this offence as ever. Mr. Daniel said that as he saw the counsel for the defence wauthorities from which he proposed to quote. Mr. Daniel then proceeded to address the Court. The questiowas found at Major Croft's in a state of insanity; Mr.Daniel here reviewed the testimony which had been adduced After the conclusion of Mr. Crump's remarks, Mr. Daniel briefly replied, calling the attention of the Coun if he would confine himself to the arguments of Mr. Daniel. This Mr. Johnson could not promise, and the