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; and also, with having rendered treasonable aid and comfort to the enemy." No testimony was heard yesterday, and, by consent of all parties, the case was continued until the 14th instant. The parties were admitted to bail in the sum of $500 each, with Volaska Vaiden and L. H. Liggott sureties for their appearance. Isabella Piggott, one of the defendants, being only seven years of age, the charge against her was dismissed. Hearing on a Writ of Habeas Corpus.--The case of Wm. F. Simms, who is claimed as a member of Capt. Taylor Martin's company, came up before Judge Meredith yesterday afternoon, and upon application of the party by counsel the case was continued until Monday morning next, at 9 o'clock, to enable Simms to have the testimony of Col. Shields, who is deemed an important witness in the case.--The Attorney for the Government required that the party suing out the writ should meanwhile be held in military custody, and he was therefore remanded to Castle Thunder.