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koe Ship. The prisoner was remanded to be examined before the Hustings Court, at the February term, for grand larceny. James P. Neagle, charged with shooting at James. M. Jarrell and hitting a little girl named Mary Mason, child of James B. Mason. This affair occurred on Thursday afternoon, at Neagle's grocery, corner 24th and Main streets. James M. Jerrell (a soldier belonging to the 14th Alabama regiment, and employed as guard at the Government prisons,) deposed that he walked he wasn't satisfied, he could satisfy him. We then went out and he (the prisoner) came to the door and fired a pistol — then went in and slammed the door. Jerrell seemed to be sober. (The cross-examination elicited nothing important.) James B. Mason, (father of the wounded child,) testified in regard to the circumstance. He was in his house near Neagle's, and heard the report of a pistol. Soon afterwards his child came in crying "Mamma, a soldier shoot me." Found a deep wound in her ba