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the house of Mrs. Driscoll, on Cary street, by stabbing him with a bowie knife. The evidence adduced proved the fact, and the accused, a hard looking subject, was committed for trial before Judge Lyons in September next. He was next arraigned on the charge of committing burglary and larceny on the premises of Messrs. Barham & Goddin, and sent on. The latter felony was committed while the party was a fugitive, he having broken out of jail after being imprisoned for the murder of Cronan.--Ann Edwards, and her daughter, Virginia Edwards, were examined on the charge of making a felonious assault with an axe and knife on George Brown, an intoxicated soldier. The latter testified that he had, while on his way to the Valley, been seduced into drinking something that upset his reason; that while in a semi-unconscious state, he entered Mrs. Edwards's house, and was there attacked by herself and daughter; the first with a knife, the latter with an axe; by which various openings were made in