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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1865., [Electronic resource] 15 1 Browse Search
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ion which no one doubted their right to make. Mr. Marmatluke Johnson said it was not proposed to argue the right to maks, an other about two and another about four years. Mr. Johnson.--I presume the Court is well satisfied as to her mentaltestimony, it is presumed, is merely corroborative. Mr. Johnson.--Very strongly so. We had supposed that the Court woulder any longer, and intended to ask for her removal. Mr. Johnson.--I was at the jail yesterday, and Captain O'Brian made this statement to me. Mr. Daniel.--As Mr. Johnson states that of his own knowledge, I am willing to admit it for what itg the meaning of the word "trial" in a legal sense. Mr. Johnson insisted upon his right to close the argument, but hopedadjourn over until to-morrow. The Court stated that Mr. Johnson had signified his intention not to argue the case, but tonfine himself to the arguments of Mr. Daniel. This Mr. Johnson could not promise, and then the Court adjourned until to