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together with the causes of his said detention, in order that right, and law, and justice, may prevail, and your petitioner will ever pray, &c. "C. H. Anderson, by Counsel. "July 4th, 1862." The hearing on the merits of the petition was appointed to take place at 11 o'clock yesterday, before Judge Lyons, at the City Hall. At the hour appointed, besides the Judge, there were assembled the plaintiff and his counsel, Major Wilkins, commander of the second class Battalion, J. Randolph Tucker, Attorney General, his counsel, and the following spectators, mostly belonging to the battalion, viz: Wm. H. Eggleston, Sr. 1st. Lieut.; Jno. M. Sheppard, Jr. 1st. Lieut; Chas. C. Ellett, private; Sergeants Samuel M. Price and Dick Meredith; John Deoley, Captain; Wm. McCreery, private; John B. Danforth, Adjutant; Wm. Gordon, private; Thos. H. Hiltzheimer, Captain; John B. Glazebrook, Captain; Thos. How, private; Lieut. Thos. M. Alfriend, privates Joseph Rosenbaum, Wm. Ira Smith, John