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Richard Hardaman, charged with feloniously stabbing and cutting James Turner. The latter deposed as follows: Last night, on Cary street, we on Cary street talking about fight, and on inquiring, learned that Turner had been cut by Hardaman. Asked Turner where H. lived, and he wentTurner where H. lived, and he went with me to "Solitude," where I made the arrest. Found this small knife, and H. acknowledged that he out Turner. It is reported that they arTurner. It is reported that they are both deserters from Taliaferro's command. (This they denied emphatically.) Hardaman then desired to make a statement to the Mayor. He said, that as they came out of the house together Turner struck him twice; that he told him if he did not stop that he would cut him, as he was unable to fight him. Turner would not desist, and he cut him in self-defence. The Mayor remanded Hardaman to be examined on the charge, and remarked, that he would also hold Turner in custody until he could inquire into the matter of their desertion from the army. Wm. B.