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The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The loss of the
The Coverts. --The Same of Judge Lyons was occupied on Saturday in hearing the argument in the habeas corpus case of — Eastjar, claiming exemption from service on the ground of being an undomiciled foreigner. It will be further beard today.--The petition of L. C. Polk, for discharge from service, he being a Marylander, was granted, and the petitioner was released from custody.--Alexander Adkins's petition for discharge from service was withdrawn upon his own motion. A number of small docketed in the Mayor's Court, but none of them were of such a character as to require enumerations. The Confederate Court was not in session.