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e habeas corpus case sued out by R D'Graey Ogden, manager of the Richmond Theatre, who claims exemption from military duty on the ground that he is a British subject and desires to return to his native country, was commenced yesterday before Judge Halyburton, of the Confederate States District Court. Gen George W Randolph, counsel for Mr Ogden, occupied the attention of His Honor in a speech of about three hours length, during which he quoted extensively from foreign and domestic authorities toot be sustained upon any grounds of right or justice. At the conclusion of Gen R's argument Hon P H Aylett, C S District Attorney, announced that his engagements were such that he could not make his reply before Thursday next, whereupon Judge Halyburton adjourned the matter over till that time. The case is one which affects a large number of persons in this city, and its decision is therefore looked to with much interest. --Associated with Gen. Randolph as counsel for the party concerned i