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terfield, Ira Parker, and James Morris, penitentiary convicts, were brought before the Court and arraigned for attempting to escape from the prison. After a hearing they were each sentenced to five years additional confinement, and one-twelfth of that, with their unexpired terms, to solitude. James Lawrence and John Parsons, also convicts, charged with attempting to escape, were each sentenced to one year's additional confinement, and one-twelfth of the time to solitary confinement. Elias Vanderlip, for the same offence, was sentenced to like punishment. John A. Whitner, a mere youth, for the same offence, was found not guilty. In the case of Ann Euroughty, one of the April rioters, a nolle prosequi was entered. In the case of James W. Wood, one of the penitentiary rioters, a nolle prosequi was entered by the advice and consent of the Court. The Court will meet again this morning at 11 o'clock, at which hour all persons having business should be in attendance.