From the Richmond Dispatch, 10/6/1864, p. 1, c. 7
JUDGE LYON'S COURT, YESTERDAY. – After the lapse of several days, Judge Lyons again convened his court yesterday.
The case of Robert S. Forde, convicted of the murder of Robert E. Dixon, and afterwards granted a new trial by the Governor, was called up; but, owing to the absence of witnesses and counsel, it was postponed till the next term.
Jordan Miller, indicted for receiving stolen goods with a knowledge that they were stolen, renewed his recognizance for his appearance next term.
The case of John P. Sledd, indicted for receiving four cows, stolen from Dr. F. H. Deane, was also continued till the next term.
Court will meet again this morning.