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ever expected to be called up about it. I heard him make no threats. Mr. John S. Caskie, counsel for the defence.--I hope the Mayor will note that remark. Mtness.--Yes. I judged that he carried the arms for those that beat him. Mr. Caskie.--Are you aware that Hagan holds some military appointment which authorizes him to carry arms? Witness.--I am not aware of that fact. Mr. Caskie.--Did you ever believe from anything Hagan said to you that Pollard's life was in danger Witness.--The handle of the knife was exposed; the pistol was not. Mr. Caskie.--He made no threats? Witness.--None. Mr. Pollard.--Did you suppose went in. Don't remember what he said on that subject. Cross-examined by Mr. Caskie.--It was in Emerson's house, back of the upper market. My name is George Grasubpoœned as a witness. Don't know who it was that I spoke to about it. Mr. Caskie.--Are you perfectly sure you heard anything of the sort? Witness.--I hav