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Supreme Court of Appeals. --The following decisions have been rendered by this Court since our last report: Murphy vs. McCourt. Argued by Robt. R. Collier for the appellant, and John Lyon for the appellee. Decree of the Circuit Court of the city of Petersburg affirmed. Crenshaw, &c., vs. Crenshaw's adm'r, &c. Argued by C. G. Griswold for the appellant, and August & Randolph for the appellee.--Decree of the Circuit Court of the county of Hanover affirmed. Epes vs. Williams' ex'or, and others. Argued by Wm. T. Joynes for the appellants, and James Alfred Jones and John Lyon for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of the city of Petersburg affirmed. Cockerel vs. Flowerree's adm'r, and others. Argued by Messrs. Tucker " Patton for the appellants, and Arthur A. Morson and R. E. Scott for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Fauquier county reversed. The Court adjourned to the 5th day of April next.
se agreed to Senate amendments to bill establishing branches of the Merchants' Banks at certain places. Senate Bills Passed.--Senate bills were passed as follows: Enforcing the payment of balances due from Commissioners upon forfeited and delinquent lands; incorporating the Rockbridge White Sulphur Springs Company; amending the act incorporating the Mason City Mining and Manufacturing Company, in Mason county; providing for the voluntary enslavement of certain free negroes of Fauquier county; incorporating the Virginia Mineral Oil and Coal Company, in Mason county; incorporating the Jackson County Agricultural Society; providing for the voluntary enslavement of certain free negroes in Hanover county. Turnpike Companies.--The bill amending that portion of the Code concerning Turnpike Companies was laid on the table. Federal Relations.--Mr. Robertson said he designed to offer for the action of the House, a series of rssolutions on the present state of affairs. He r
We hear, from authority that we are not at liberty to doubt, that Lincoln has removed Col. John E. Wiley, the capable and obliging U. S. Marshal for the Eastern District of Virginia. The office has been conferred on a citizen of Fauquier county. The fact that Col. Wiley was a veteran who bore on his person wounds received in the war of 1812, in defence of his country, availed nothing with the "President elect."