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Grand Jury Presentments. --The Grand Jury of Judge Lyons' Court, (John Purcell foreman,) yesterday returned a presentment against John Lipscomb and Thos. Wilkinson, for burglary committed about nine months ago, and one presentment against Dan'l W. Lee and Robert Brannon, for a felonious assault on Elizabeth England. The Grand Jury adjourned till Saturday week.
Reprieve granted. --Samuel H. Jefford, who was convicted at the last term of Judge Lyons' Court, and sentenced to three years imprisonment in the Penitentiary for swindling Martin L. Covington of $30, was yesterday reprieved for ten days by the Governor, in order to allow his counsel time to apply to the Supreme Court of Appeals for a supersedeas.
Found guilty of petty larceny. --Lorenzo W. Frazier, on trial before Judge Lyons on Tuesday, for burglary and grand larceny, in breaking into Messrs. Davis & Orvis' office, on 12th street, has been acquitted by the jury of those offences, but was found guilty of petty larceny. The prisoner will not be sentenced for several days.
Felonious assault. --The time of Judge Lyons' Court yesterday was occupied in trying David Muldoon, for committing a felonious assault on Davis Connor. Mr. Crane for defendant, Mr. Tunewell for the prosecution.