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Decision in Coden's case. --Judge Halyburton rendered his decision yesterday in the days of Mr. R. D. Ogden, the manager of the Richmond Theatre. who, through his counsel, made an application under a writ of habeas corpus for exemption from thas adverse to the petitioner, and places him immediately into the military service. It will be recollected that Judge Halyburton decided this case the same way on Thursday last, but upon Mr. Lyons, counsel for Mr. Ogden, calling his attention tot he would consider the points involved, and on Monday should finally dispose of the matter. Accordingly, yesterday Judge Halyburton re-affirmed his former decision. The treaty of 1796, he maintained, did not apply to the case before him, and coulded till a writ of error could be filed and he could carry the case before the Confederate States Supreme Court. Judge Halyburton replied that these was no such tribunal in existence in the Confederacy, and said that no one was better aware of th