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Application for a discharge from military service. --Through his counsel, Hon. James Lyons and Gen. Geo. W. Randolph, R. D'Orsey Ogden, manager of the Richmond Theatre, made an application under a writ of habeas corpus before Judge Halyburton yesterday for a discharge from military service.--The ground upon which he claims exemption is that of being a British subject. It was ordered by the Judge that the writ be issued, returnable on Thursday.
Trial postponed. --In the Confederate States District Court yesterday, Judge Halyburton presiding, the trial of Mrs. Caroline Alian, indicted for using disloyal language in certain letters which she is charged with having written to persons at the North, was postponed till the August term of the Court, and the accused was thereupon admitted to bail for her appearance in the sum of $100,000--This makes the fourth or fifth time that Mrs. A's case has been put off.