hat it will effect the status of all Marylanders, or other refugees from the enemy's territory, who may claim exemption from the Confederate service on the same ground.
The case of Frederick W. Boyd, demanding, under a writ of habeas corpus, release from Castle Thunder, or to be brought to trial on charges preferred against him, was argued by General Marshall on behalf of the petitioner, and then postponed for further consideration till this morning.
The habeas corpus cases of Claiborne Howard and Joel W. Walthriff, claiming exemption from military service, were postponed till Wednesday?
David Ham, indicted for a misdemeanor, entered into a recognizance in the sum of $3,000 for his appearance to answer the offence on the 10th day of September.
Martha A. Allen entered into bonds in the sum of $3,000 for the appearance of her infant son, Lewis H. Allen, on the 10th day of September, to answer the offence of feloniously obtaining certain letters from the post-office di