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Thomas Kane was examined upon the charge of a felony, by him committed, in that he did, on the 26th day of September, 1861, in this city, rob Dr. Thomas H. Edwards of the sum of $110 in bank notes. The Court sent Kane on for trial before Judge Lyons, and refused to admit him to bail and recognized the witnesses to appear at Court and give evidence against him. Edward Barry, another of the principals engaged in the robbery of Dr. Edwards, was examined, and sent on for trial before JudThomas H. Edwards of the sum of $110 in bank notes. The Court sent Kane on for trial before Judge Lyons, and refused to admit him to bail and recognized the witnesses to appear at Court and give evidence against him. Edward Barry, another of the principals engaged in the robbery of Dr. Edwards, was examined, and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. He, too, was refused bail, and the witnesses against him recognized to appear and testify before his Honor. The Court then adjourned.
Judge Lyons's Court was again in session yesterday, the Judge and the counsel endeavoring to agree upon a bill of exceptions in the habeas corpus case of Sergeant Webster. The same difficulty which had been experienced on the preceding Saturday, was again the impediment in the way of agreement--mely, a difference of opinion as to the facts proved or admitted on the trial of the case. Without coming to any understanding on this point, the court adjourned.
Release of Harris and Magraw. Arnold Harris and Harry Magraw, who volunteered to come within our lines on the pretence of searching for the body of Col. Cameron, and was sent to Richmond as prisoners by Gen. Beauregard, were riding about the streets, in a carriage, last evening, and apparently having a good time of it. We learn that Commissioner Lyons, after hearing the evidence in their case, recommended their discharge, whereupon they were sent for by the Secretary of War, who released them on parole.