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trial in New Orleans. Some days ago a Mr. Charles Ellis, of New Orleans, was caught outside of , Burnett, and Wilbur, the very persons whom Mr. Ellis charged, last week, with being implicated in another occasion Mr. Harrisson was informed Mr. Ellis had given a race, the proceeds of which werenor Dorr. All of the Southern leaders, said Mr. Ellis, are demagogues. They ought to be hanged, ses. Mr. H. H. Heron, another witness, was Ellis's bar-keeper at the time of the President's pritory. The name of the coffee-house kept by Mr. Ellis was" "The Union," and when the owner was req of delicacy, on account of the charge made by Ellis against him; but as the Mayor insisted, he confessed he was once called a liar by Ellis, and he had knocked him down. He also heard defendant sa time of the Hatteras affair, Mr. Loomis heard Ellis say: "We have them now; we have Hatteras, andf. Mr. James Garvin, late bar-keeper to Mr. Ellis, said that on the day of Col. Dreux's funera[1 more...]