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Supreme Court of Appeals. --Present, Judges Allen, Daniel, Moncure, Robertson. The following decisions have been rendered since our last report: Want vs. Jennings and others. Argued by C. G. Griswold for the appellant, and Arthur A. Morson, and Tucker & Patton for appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Fauquier county affirmed. Smith vs. Smith's administrator and others. Argued by R. T. Daniel and John B. Young for the appellant, and James Lyons for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Henrico county reversed. Spratley's executor and others vs. Spratley and others. Argued by Jas. Alfred Jones and Conway Robinson for the appellants. No counsel for appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Surry county reversed. Pemberton against the Justices of the Hustings Court of the city of Richmond on an appeal from a decision of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond refusing a rule to the said Pemberton to be directed to the Court of Hustings to show c
Trial commenced. --Dan'l W. Lee and Robert Brannon were arraigned for trial before Judge Lyons yesterday, on the charge of committing a felonious assault on John Barns.
Judge Lyons' Court did no business yesterday in the way of criminal trials.
$10 reward --One of my servants. named Robert James, ran off on Thursday last. He is a Ditcher, exclusively, and took off his boots with him, with a view doubtless to obtain work on his own account, to which he had been accustomed before I purchased him. I will pay the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me. mh 9--1w James Lyons.
$10 reward. --One of my servants, named Robert James, ran off on Thursday last. He is a Ditcher, exclusively, and took off his tools with him, with a view doubtless to obtain work on his own account, to which he had been accustomed before I purchased him. I will pay the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me. mh 9--1w James Lyons.
$10 reward. --One of my servants. named Robert James, ran off on Thursday last. He is a Ditcher, exclusively, and took off his tools with him, with a view doubtless to obtain work on his own account, to which he had been accustomed before I purchased him. I will pay the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me. James Lyons. mh 9--1w
$10 reward. --One of my servants. named Robert James, ran off on Thursday last. He is a Ditcher, exclusively, and took off his tools with him, with a view doubtless to obtain work on his own account, to which he had been accustomed before I purchased him. I will pay the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me. James Lyons. mh 9--1w
$10 reward. --One of my servants, named Robert James, ran off on Thursday last. He is a Ditcher, exclusively, and took off his tools with him, with a view doubtless to obtain work on his own account, to which he had been accustomed before I purchased him. I will pay the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me. James Lyons. mh 9--1w
Hustings Court. --The regular term of Judge Lyons' Court commenced yesterday. The business transacted was mostly of a civil character. Harvey Wash, for counterfeiting, &c., is to be tried to-day; also Matthew Eagan, for a felonious assault on Joseph Farrar. Case of Jos. H. Crenshaw, for shooting Jno. O. Askew, was set for next Wednesday.--David S. Chilton is to be tried for counterfeiting on that day also.
The letter going the rounds purporting to be written by "Judge Lyons," of Abbeville, S. C., complaining of forced loans, &c., in South Carolina, proves to be a humbug, there being no Judge Lyons, "or any other man" of that name, in the place. Hon. Wm. S. Barry, President of the Mississippi State Convention, announces that body will convene at Jackson, Miss., on Monday, March 25th. C. Ahlstrom, a cabin passenger on the steamer Huntsville, on her last trip from New York to SavannJudge Lyons, "or any other man" of that name, in the place. Hon. Wm. S. Barry, President of the Mississippi State Convention, announces that body will convene at Jackson, Miss., on Monday, March 25th. C. Ahlstrom, a cabin passenger on the steamer Huntsville, on her last trip from New York to Savannah, leaped overboard and was drowned. Captain Jacob Van Doren died at Shepherdstown, Va., last week. He was formerly a member of the Virginia Legislature from Berkeley county. Four runaway slaves from Pendleton co., Virginia, were lately arrested in Somerset county, Pa., and committed to jail at Cumberland, Md. Hinton Rowan Helper, author of the "Impending Crisis," is an applicant for the Consulship at Manchester, or Southampton, England. Captain Latham, alias Puiz, of the
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