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resent: Recorder Caskie, and Aldermen Sanxay, Bray, Timberlake, Lipscomb, Beveridge, Regnault, and Gwathmey. Gustavus A. Myers paid into Court $310 the amount of his recognizance for a party who failed to appear at Court. The case of J. W. Sartin and Gideon B. Thompson, for a felony by them committed in Dec., 1862, in making an assault on one Wm. Rowe, putting him in bodily fear, and stealing a quantity of Confederate notes from him, was continued until the next term of the Court. Carter Tadlock was set to the bar to be examined for being concerned in the above affair, "in this, that he, the said Carter Tadlock, before the felony aforesaid was committed, did feloniously counsel, aid, and abet the said John W. Sartin and Gideon B. Thompson to do and commit the felony aforesaid;" when, for cause shown, the examination was continued, and Tadlock admitted to bail in $00 for his appearance. A nolle pros was entered by the Commonwealth's Attorney, with the advice of the