Doyle's Trial and Conviction.
Doyle was put upon trial yesterday morning. A jury was obtained with but little or no difficulty.––After the examination of a number of witnesses the counsel for the Commonwealth withdrew all the indictments but one, and the case was submitted to the jury without argument. After a few moments consultation, the jury returned into Court with a perdict of guilty, and fixed the period of servitude in the Penitentiary at TWENTY YEARS.
"Doyle's Trial and Conviction," Lexington (KY) Atlas, October 10, 1848