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nued. --The duelling case, in which Messrs. E. C. Elmore and H. Rives Pollard are involved, was t, from a conversation which he had had with Mr. Elmore relative to a duel which had taken place beteen himself and John M. Daniel, he had heard Mr. Elmore say that he had had a hostile meeting with s, he testified that, in a conversation with Mr. Elmore, on the day on which it was said a duel had hat gentleman and Mr. Daniel, he learnt from Mr. Elmore that a meeting had taken place; but he could not say that Mr. Elmore had used the words "hostile meeting" While on the street, he had heard from various parties that Mr. Daniel and Mr. Elmore had fought a duel, and soon after he met Mr. Elmore Mr. Elmore and approached him on the subject. In reply, Mr. Elmore informed him that he had met Mr. Daniel; buMr. Elmore informed him that he had met Mr. Daniel; but as to the manner and place, he (Butler) was unwilling to say that he received any information fromch subsequently took place between himself and Elmore, and therefore he could not pretend to give hi