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n line, he encountered two young men named Robert Brannon and Dan'l W. Lee, between whom and himself there had been some previous misunderstansed a willingness to leave the house, and he did so, in company with Lee.--Meanwhile, a daughter of England had gone out to alarm the neighbors, and Mr. John Burns entered the yard just as Brannon and Lee were leaving. He was seized and thrown to the ground, and, it is stated, (thart of the difficulty has taken place,) while Brannon held him down, Lee approached and stabbed Burns in the shoulder, inflicting a severe wo short time after the occurrences above narrated, officer Perrin met Lee and Brannon in the street, and heard Lee, who was intoxicated, remarLee, who was intoxicated, remark that he had stabbed three men. Having gained some information of the facts, the officer went to England's house, saw a pool of blood in thend found a large dirk knife. He then ascertained the whereabouts of Lee and Brannon and took them into custody. They were arraigned before