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who claims exemption from military service on the ground of being a mail contractor. This case differs from the above, insomuch that Mr. Leftwich did not receive his contract till two months subsequent to the passage of the act requiring all persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five to enter the service. Mr. Humphrey Marshall acts as counsel for the petitioner, and Colonel Thomas P. August and James Neeson represent the Government. Colonel August will conclude the argument to-day. who claims exemption from military service on the ground of being a mail contractor. This case differs from the above, insomuch that Mr. Leftwich did not receive his contract till two months subsequent to the passage of the act requiring all persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five to enter the service. Mr. Humphrey Marshall acts as counsel for the petitioner, and Colonel Thomas P. August and James Neeson represent the Government. Colonel August will conclude the argument to-day.