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Political. --The discussion between Messrs. Lyons and Gilmer, at Metropolitan Hall, was listened to by a large audience. The headquarters of the Breckinridge Democracy will be open to-day and Monday for the enrollment of voters. Hon. John S. Pendleton addressed the Bell and Everett party at the Club House on Thursday night. His speech is pronounced an able one by those who heard it. --The Bell and Everett Club of Manchester will be addressed to-night by Messrs. Crane and Burwell. The Commissioners, Conductors, and Clerks, appointed to serve at the election next Tuesday, are requested to meet at the office of the City Sergeant, on Monday afternoon, at 4½ o'clock. Hon. D. C. Dejarnette will address the people of Henrico, at the Court-House, on Monday.
Richmond Circuit Court. --The trial of Robert Reid for a felonious assault upon Mr. Harvey, which was to have taken place yesterday, was postponed until the 30th inst., and rules were awarded against witnesses. The trial of Melton is set down for Wednesday next. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of the Commonwealth vs. O'Keiff and Grace. Seven persons were admitted to the rights of citizenship yesterday. We understand that Judge Meredith will not try the criminal cases that have been sent on since the establishment of Judge Lyons' Court.
Grand Rally of the Democracy. --Jas. Lyons, Esq., will address the Democratic Association of Church and Union Hills, at Springfield Hall, on Saturday Evening next, 3d instant, at 8 o'clock. The citizens generally are invited to attend. J. H. Sands, Pres't.. B. F. Cock, Sec's. Robert H. Whitlock, Sec's. no 2--2t*