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Examination of Robert S. Forde,charged with the murder of Robert R. Dixon [reported for the Richmond Dispatch] Hustings Court, June 9, 1863 --Present: Recorder Caskie, and Aldermen Sanxay, Gwathmey, Timberlake, and Jonse. The first case taken up was that of Robert S. Forde, on the charge of shooting and killing Robert E. Dixon, in this city, on the 24th day of April last. Messrs. Randolph and Crump appeared for the accused, and Mr. R. T. Daniel for the Commonwealth. Dr. Peachy was the only witness for the Commonwealth ascertained to be absent. Several witnesses for the defence were not present. Gen. Randolph, prisoner's counsel, asked a postponement until Thursday, to afford time to hunt up witnesses believed to be in the city. The Court refused to continue the case, but sent an officer after absent witnesses. The witnesses for the Commonwealth were then sworn. Washington Goodrich was the first witness, who deposed: That on the 24th day of