same in substance, almost the same in form, as that of Mr. Pettigru, that the two demurrers be taken up together.
Mr. Miles, District Attorney, made no objection, but suggested as a matter of form, he should hear the argument of both of the coy him, though somewhat different in form from the other two, be taken up with the subject matter at the same time.
Mr. Miles interposed no objection, but asked that he might hear Mr. Mitchell, also, before replying.
Mr. Miles notified the Mr. Miles notified the court that he had asked the assistance of Attorney-General Hayne, who would be heard on the same side, in behalf of the Government.
Mr. Wm. Whaley opened the argument to the court by saying that it was with feelings of profound respect that he and the conformity of the writ of the law, of that to the Constitution and the contradiction of common right.
Mr. Attorney Miles replied with a most felicitous allusion to the absence of the District Attorney, Major James Conner.
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