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Trial of Mrs. Allan. --It is expected that the trial of Mrs. Caroline Allan, charged with treasonable correspondence with the enemy, will be resumed before Commissioner Wm. F. Watson this morning. Trial of Mrs. Allan. --It is expected that the trial of Mrs. Caroline Allan, charged with treasonable correspondence with the enemy, will be resumed before Commissioner Wm. F. Watson this morning.
xamination of Mrs. Patterson Allan. --The examination of Mrs. Caroline Allan, which was commenced about the 1st of December 1863, and aftey, and C. S. Commissioner Wm. F. Watson, made their appearance. Mrs. Allan was attired pretty much in the same manner as she was at the clos J. P. Duval was the first witness called.--He identified as in Mrs. Allan's handwriting, the notes which were sent to Dr. Powell through hideclined to send to the North by blockade runners. Believed that Mrs. Allan wrote the letters to Rev. Morgan Dix, and Miss Haynes, in New Yorxamination, but as his testimony relates merely to the notes from Mrs. Allan to Dr. Powell concerning the letters which had been sent to his c their acquaintance with W. B. Phillips, the individual from whom Mrs. Allan alleges her servant received in the Second Market the letter addrhich was signed "Santa Trinita." [This is the letter which caused Mrs. Allan's arrest, and contained language by no means kind to the South, a
The case of Mrs. Caroline Allan. --The Grand Jury of the Confederate States Court yesterday returned a true bill of indictment against Mrs. Patterson Allan, charged with treasonable correspondence with the enemy. Her case is set for the March term of Judge Halyburton's Court.