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its accuracy. Mr. Butler was then released from the witness's stand. Dr. Peticolas, who refused on Saturday to testify with reference to the duel, was then caaniel and R. C. Elmore; and if so, what was the result of the meeting? Dr. Peticolas.--I decline to answer the question, on the ground that it may eventually leainst myself. Mr. Young then appealed to the Justices to state whether Dr. Peticolas should not be committed to jail for contempt of court in refusing to answerim. Justice Lee replied that "the court is clearly of the opinion that Dr. Peticolas is bound to answer the questions put to him by the Commonwealth's attorney. I again put the question to you. [It was the same as reported above.] Dr. Peticolas.--I respectfully decline to answer. In accordance, therefore, with theained from Judge Meredith's writ commanding the sheriff of Henrico to bring Dr. Peticolas before him at the State court-house. The order was complied with, and befo