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Confederate States district Court. Before Judge Halyburton, on Saturday, the case of G. A. Wallace, suing, under a writ of habeas corpus for discharge from military service, was argued at length by counsel, Messrs. William F. Watson and J. Randolph Tucker. The petitioner was formerly a captain in the Confederate service, but resigned and purchased the proprietorship of a German newspaper in this city, upon which ownership he bases his right of exemption.
in the organization in which their services had been tendered and accepted. This decision affects the status of a large number of gentlemen in the city — about eighty, we think,--who are members of the Foreign Legion, and who, under it, will have to continue to do service in this regiment. An appeal was taken by counsel in the case, and it will be taken up to a higher court if the Court of Appeals will grant the "writ of error." Messrs. Lyons and Aylett appeared for the affiants. Mr. J. Randolph Tucker represented the Commonwealth. Messrs. James Pearce, Robert B. Somerville, Samuel M. Drinker, Jacob Moebus, Michael Ganzert, Charles Lumsden, Leon Goldsmith, Edward M. Morgan and Peyton G. Bayly, members of Colonel Evans's regiment, over fifty years of age, appeared in court to-day in pursuance of continuances, and, proving their ages, were discharged. I. H. Walke, failing in the proof, was remanded to custody. Adolph Bentel and George Lintz, not having their witnesses in court