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ithful prosecution of any work committed to him by the General in command. The case of Claiborn Hughes, charged with killing Lieutenant Adams, was closed last evening in the Circuit Court. The prisoner was ably defend by his counsel--Hon. John S. Millson, Tazewell Taylor, and John E. Ford, Esqs. S. S. Stubbs, Esq., for the Commonwealth. Yesterday, General Millson addressed the jury in a speech of considerable length and with great ability; after which, Mr. Stubbs closed the argument,General Millson addressed the jury in a speech of considerable length and with great ability; after which, Mr. Stubbs closed the argument, setting forth the law and the strong points in the case very clearly and strongly. The jury retired at 5 o'clock, and, after an absence of ten minutes, returned with a verdict of "not guilty." The young man thus liberated, after long confinement and terrible suspense, was overjoyed at the verdict, and, with a sister on either side of him, left the hall of justice, to go forth free again amid the dangers and temptations of social life. Colonel Colston's splendid regiment has just marched