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Hustings Court--Judge Lyons presiding. --John Mescoe, who stands convicted of felony, was yesterday again placed at the bar, and a motion was made to arrest judgment on the verdict rendered, which motion the Court overruled. The prisoner was then sentenced to confinement in the penitentiary for the term of two years. At the request of the prisoner, the execution of sentence was postponed for sixty days, to allow him time to apply to the Court of Appeals for a writ of error. An account of the City Sergeant for expenses incurred in the execution of Wm. D. Totty, amounting to $110, was allowed by the Court, and ordered to be certified to the First Auditor of the State for payment. No other business of public interest was transacted.