Grand Jury, which met yesterday, is composed as follows: D. A. Wilson, Lynchburg, foreman: T. M. Keller, Wm Cox, Charlottesville; T. Brown Dean, Lynchburg; B. B. Moseley, W. J. Baker,. Norfolk City; James Jarvis, Portsmouth; J. W. Sener, B. E. Gill, Fredericksburg: Dr. R. T. Taylor, John W. Lane, Amelia; Egbert G. Lee, Powhatan; Dr. Thomas P. Atkinson, Danville; Wm. A. Armistead,Robt. A. Pollard R. H. Lorton, Wm. P. Ragland, Thaddeus B. Starke, E. M. Porter, A. M. Bailey, R. M. Allen, Peter D. McKinney, John H. Leftwich, Richmond.
Judge Halyburton charged the Grand Jury as follows:
Gentlemen of the Grand Jury:
The 13th clause of the 7th section of the 1st article of the Provisional Constitution of the Confederate States, in pursuance of which you are now assembled, declared, in the exact words of the Constitution of the United States, that "no person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous crime, unless on the presentment of the Grand Jury, except