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Boyes, Bridges, H. W. Bruce N. M. Bruce, Clapp, Clarke, Clopton, Colder, Dejarne to, Dupre, Foote, Foster, Gardenhier, Garnett, Gartrall, Goods, Hanley, Heiskell, Herbert, Holcombe, Jeness, Kenan of N. C. Lyon, Marshall, Mensess, Miles Miller, Munnerlyn, Perkins, Simpson, Smith of Ala, smith of M. C. Smith of Va. Vast, Villers, Weight of Tenn, and Mr. Speaker--43; Note--Messrs. Barksdale, Burnett. Chambers, Conrad, Conrow, Carry, Elliott, Ewing, Farrow, Freeman, Garland, Graham, Gray, Harris, Hartridge, Hilton, Hodge, Kenner, Lander, Machan, McDowell MoRas, McQueen, Moore Pughkoyston, Sexton, Strickland, Swann, Trippe, Welch and Wilcox--35. The resolutions an amended were then ordered to a third reading, and being placed upon their passage were agreed to. Mr. Barksdale of Miss., introduced a series of joint resolutions on the subject of the war, and in relation to the free navigation of the Mississippi river, and moved a suspension of the rules with a view to hav
Hustings Court, Tuesday, March 10. --Present: Recorder Caskie and others Arthur C. Douglas, a Lieutenant in Rodgers's cavalry company, was arraigned for stealing, on the 20th of February, a $300 gray mare, belonging to Maj John Wilder Atkinson. The testimony was of such a nature as to warrant his being committed for final trial before Judge Lyons. Thomas Harris a free negro was tried for having, on the 25th of February, stolen one overcoat, worth $5 from Henry Steam, and acquitted, the proof not warranting a conviction. Thomas Dillshaw was examined for having on the 28th February, stolen a cloth coat worth $75, from George W. Davis. The defendant was committed for final trial before Judge Lyons. Margaret, slave of George Williams, was tried for stealing a $100 C. S. Treasury note from John W. Davics, her employer, found guilty, and ordered 25 lashes. Wm. H. Murphy was examined on the charge of feloniously conspiring with Peter Cullen to defraud Ezekiel Wh