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eigh, the Lake Erie raider, a judgment was given to-day by Recorder Dugher. The court was crowded, and a large number of Southerners were present. Burleigh was committed, subject to the extradition under the treaty.--The prisoner's counsel applied immediately for a writ of habeas corpus and stay of proceedings. The Georgia railroads to be repaired. Washington, January 21. --A force of eight hundred men are on the eve of leaving Annapolis for Savannah, to be employed in repairing the railroads connecting with that city. Re-election of Senator Wilson. Boston, Massachusetts, January 20. --The Massachusetts Senate to-day voted for Senator, with the following result: Henry A. Wilson, 37; John A. Andrew, 3. Financial reports. New York, January 22. --The sales of gold and stocks at the evening exchange on Saturday reached $4,000,000 in currency. New York, January 21, 10 P. M.--Gold closed at 198 1-2. After the call, sales were made at 201 1-4.