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A wife in Search of her husband. --In the New York Supreme Court, on Wednesday, before Justice Clerks, Mrs. Sarah Locke applied for a writ of habeas corpus, for the purpose of obtaining possession of her husband, who, she alleges, is kept from her by his father. It appears that a year or more ago, Charles E. Locke, who was on a visit to Europe, became acquainted with the petitioner at Birmingham, England, and that he lived with her there some time. They came to this country in the latter part of 1860, and were married in Brooklyn, on the 1st of January last, by the Rev. Benjamin Whalen, a Baptist minister. They lived together until the 9th of , when Mr. Locke suddenly disappeared. His wife alleges that he is secreted ther who intends to send him to California. The wife is an intelligent, good-looking young woman.