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t--Mrs. Anne E. Kirby, charged with the murder of her husband, Robert F. Kirby, by shooting him with a pistol, at the Second Market, on the 2s Polly Hix. Dr. Peterfield Trent testified that he had been Mrs. Kirby's family physician for several years. He saw her at the jail thiinsanity. Major J. N. Croft, Chief of Police, testified that Mrs. Kirby was placed in his custody on the morning of November 21st, and rest about 9 o'clock. Mrs. Collins testified that she had seen Mrs. Kirby every day for the past two weeks--was there one night. She beliehe murder. Miss. Mary Collins testified that she stayed with Mrs. Kirby night and day. She talked wildly all the time, and was a crazy woman. Mrs. Kirby believes her husband to be still living and in Wilmington; she expects him back next week. She has three children--one aged . We had supposed that the Court would be so well satisfied as to Mrs. Kirby's mental condition that they would refuse to go on with the trial