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She remained during the progress of the examination with her veil down, and on no occasion did she reveal her features to the carious gaze of the spectators who were in attendance. In a short time afterwards her counsel, Messrs. Lyons and Randolph, arrived, preceded by P. H. Aylett, Esq., the Attorney for the Government. The examination was resumed by a question from Mr. Lyons of Dr. Powell, as to whether he had received a note from Mrs. Allan on the 24th of June, inquiring if he (Dr. P.ich Mrs. Allan had an hour before left.] Mr. --then proceeded. He said: Mrs. Allan, besides bringing a letter to his father from some resident of Richmond, also brought one, or a message, for Dr. --, a Confederate prisoner in that city. Gen. Randolph then arose and said that it was proper to state that when Mrs. Allan returned from one of her visits to the North, and while he was Secretary of War, she came to his office as soon as she arrived in the city, and, introducing herself, told hi
Cureless riding. --Yesterday an elderly lady, in crossing Main street, near Randolph's bookstore, was carelessly ridden over and severely bruised by some mounted man, dressed in uniform, who did not stop to see the injury he had inflicted. The lady was taken into Mr. Randolph's, where she received the necessary surgical attention.--This reckless riding is as criminal as any act which endangers human life, and should be severely punished. Cureless riding. --Yesterday an elderly lady, in crossing Main street, near Randolph's bookstore, was carelessly ridden over and severely bruised by some mounted man, dressed in uniform, who did not stop to see the injury he had inflicted. The lady was taken into Mr. Randolph's, where she received the necessary surgical attention.--This reckless riding is as criminal as any act which endangers human life, and should be severely punished.