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Convicted. --John G. Scott has been convicted before Judge Lyons, of the Hustings Court, of murder in the second degree, for killing James Powers, and his punishment fixed at five years in the penitentiary. Before Judge Gregory, of the Henrico Circuit Court, Jacob Freyfogel has been convicted of the murder of George Leathers, and his punishment fixed at five years in the penitentiary.
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Called Court. --An examining Court of Magistrates was held at the City Hall on Saturday last to hear the charge against George Turner of stealing one coat, one watch, and other articles, valued at $175, of Robert Boyce, on the 14th of August last.--On hearing the evidence the Court remanded the accused for trial before Judge Lyons, and refused him bail.
nted to you by Mr. Frederick J. Cridland, whom Her Majesty's Government have directed to take charge of Her Majesty's Consulate at Mobile, with the character of Acting Consul. Doubting not that in compliance with the request which I have the honor to make to you, and with the invitation which you at the same time received from the Ministers of France here, you were so good as to take the direction of Her Majesty's Consulate on the departure of Mr. Magee, I now beg you to transfer the charge of it to Mr. Cridland. I trust that you will allow me to offer you my best thanks for the services I am confident you have rendered to British interests, and to say that my obligations will be much increased if you will be so kind as to present Mr. Cridland to the local authorities, and to assist him in entering upon his functions as Her Majesty's Acting Consul at Mobile. --I have the honor to be, sir, your most obedient and humble servant, Lyons. Mr. Portz, Vice Consul of France Mobile.