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, charged with threatening to assault and kill Edward A. Pollard. Accordingly, at that hour, the Mayor returneeated what Hagan had said to me. Examined by Mr. Pollard,--I can't recollect the day, for I never expectedce.--I hope the Mayor will note that remark. Mr. Pollard.--Did he state that he was armed because he had b't say who hit him, or anything of the sort. Mr. Pollard.--Did you believe from his statement that he carrife was in danger? Witness.--I did not. Mr. Pollard.--Were the arms exposed? Witness.--The handle.--He made no threats? Witness.--None. Mr. Pollard.--Did you suppose from any thing he said that theess.--The public peace might have been in danger if Pollard had attacked him. The Mayor.--The inferences ogan was in there. He said that he intended to kill Pollard, and drew a bowie-knife. When he went out, I asked here. He is charged, upon the information of Edward A. Pollard and others, with extortion, and unlawfully obt