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th presiding, commenced its fall term yesterday, at the State Court House. The main point of interest was the institution of proceedings against some of the parties, including the corporation of Richmond, who have been issuing small notes, in violation of the laws of the Commonwealth. The following named gentlemen, composing the Grand Jury, were sworn: Archibald Pleasants, (foreman,) L. W. Glazebrook. Charles C. Ellett, Charles T. Wortham, Wm. Beers, Wm. F. Gray, Alfred T. Harris, Thos. M. Jones, James E. Lipscomb, Fleming Grirth, Robert Harver, Wm. H. Haxall, Mark Downcy, Thos. Boudar, Geo. W. Smith, Jas. T. Butler, Ambrose Cariton, Wm. A. Armistead, Charles Gennett, Garrett F. Watson, George T. Booker, Thos. R. Price, and Wm. K, Watts; and, having received their charge, retired from the court room, and after some time returned and presented-- An indictment against the City of Richmond for a misdemeanor — a true bill. An indictment against Wm. L. Maule for a misdemeano
Ranaway.--fifty dollars reward. --Ranaway from the jail of Thos., Jones, of this place, on Monday, 21st of October, a negro man, named James dark brown color, 20 years old, and near six feet high. I will pay the above reward for said negro if taken out of this city, or $25 if found in it. He had on a black suit when he left; also, a military over coat. To be delivered to E. H. Stokes, Richmond, Va. oc 28--6t* J. A. Burdett.