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The Daily Dispatch: February 21, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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witnesses in the above case. John T. Smith, who stands indicted of felony as one of the parties who waylaid and robbed Francis J. Gardner of sundry articles of personal property, including a Colt's revolver, was set to the bar to he tried for said offence, and plead not guilty. The following jurymen were selected by lot to try, him, viz: John Hugan, A Harrington, Henry Miller, Joseph C. Courtney, William K. Watts, W. A. Phillips, L. T. Chandler, J. M. Higgins, J. W. Frayser, T. C. Burns, W. F. Nash, and C. A. Mayo. The Court order reads: "The jury having heard the evidence, on their oaths, do say that the said John T. Smith is not guilty of the felony aforesaid as in pleading he hath alleged. Whereupon, proclamation being made as the manner is, and nothing further appearing or being alleged against the said John T. Smith, it is considered by the Court that he be acquitted and discharged of the felony aforesaid, and go there of without day. " The Court sits again to-day.