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es not being present, it was continued. The examination of Jesse Sheppardson, for committing a violent assault on M. W. Swain, proprietor of a grocery opposite the New Market, was called and continued, the Clerk of the Market testifying that SwSwain was so badly injured that he would probably die. The assault was committed with a stick of wood, with which Sheppardson dealt Swain a heavy blow across the head. A son of Swain's and a nephew of the accused had a dispute, which was progressing,Swain a heavy blow across the head. A son of Swain's and a nephew of the accused had a dispute, which was progressing, when the two men drew near and engaged in a dispute in reference to the matter, ending as above. Eliza Bassault, Delia Wilson, and Winnie Goode, negroes, were required to give security on the charge of committing an assault on Lucy Robinson, aSwain's and a nephew of the accused had a dispute, which was progressing, when the two men drew near and engaged in a dispute in reference to the matter, ending as above. Eliza Bassault, Delia Wilson, and Winnie Goode, negroes, were required to give security on the charge of committing an assault on Lucy Robinson, a mulatto. A man named after the founder of this State, viz: John Smith, was examined and sent on to the Hustings Court for assaulting and attempting to rob Hugh B. Arnold. Thomas V. Carr, one of the clerks in the C. S. Controller's office,