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, to J. H. Sweeney, of Campbell; one against Abner Jackson, for stealing money out of a letter in his care and custody, as mail carrier; one against E. F. Husted, for trying to bribe the Commissioner of Patents; one against John Henson, for abetting Husted in the performance of the unlawful act; one against Charles Petz, for stealing Confederate Treasury notes. A venire facias was issued yesterday to try Abner-Jackson to-day. Roger Gregory, Esq., qualified to practice law at the bar of the Court, by taking the several oaths required by law. In the case against Allen P. Lee, to sequestrate the property of William and Joel Osborn, of New Jersey, as alien enemies, the Court directed an order of sale to be entered. It will be learned with pleasure by all loyal Virginians that the Receivers are taking measures to bring into subjection to the law all the real estate located in Richmond that may be standing in the name of the vile old ingrate and traitor, "Wingfield Scott."