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following list embraces those of most interest to the public: Lieutenant John T. Ferneyhough re-appeared, according to postponement of the case, to answer the ce circumstances of the shooting; he assisted Justice Regnault in taking Lieutenant Ferneyhough to the cage; but did not do so because of any resistance of his, for hemore willing to go along than the accused was. While on the way to the cage, Ferneyhough expressed the deepest regret at the occurrence; said it was an accident, anden he stated, with a consciousness of his approaching dissolution, that Lieutenant Ferneyhough was an intimate friend of his, and the wound from which he was about to die was purely accidental. The deceased informed witness that Ferneyhough was about drawing a pistol on an individual with whom he had a difficulty, when he attempund he had received. At the conclusion of the evidence the Mayor discharged Ferneyhough. Andrew H. Thompson, charged with cutting and stabbing William Williams