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the military laws of the Confederate States. William, a slave, for beating Dummy, a deaf and dumb free negress, about the head with a rock, was ordered twenty lashes. Judge Lyons Court.--This Court sat yesterday. Much civil business was attended to. We noticed that upon the petition of Major Marabel, showing his arrest and illegal confinement by Gen. John H. Winder, a wait of habeas corpus was ordered to be issued commanding Gen. Winder to bring the body of Maj. Marabel before the Court to-day at 10 o'clock. Casper McCormack was tried for felony and found guilty, his punishment was fixed at two years confinement in the penitentiary. Robert Burch, also indicted for felony, was acquitted. A summons was issued requiring several jurors, who failed to be present, to appear to morrow, and show cause why they should not be fined. The cases of Michael Hines, John McAnally, Daniel Murphy, and Wm. Guy are set for trial to-day. The Court will open at 10 o'clock.