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The Daily Dispatch: July 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], A fourth of July Celebration in Paris. (search)
An explanation. --We learn that the delays in the examination of Mrs. Patterson Allan, upon the charge of treason, have arisen from no desire of the Government to shield her from justice. She is now confined to her bed, threatened with brain fever, and in charge of a military surgeon, by whose reports of her case the authorities are necessarily governed. The District Attorney, Mr. Aylett, has long since been instructed to proceed with her examination before Commissioner Watson, as soon as the surgeon reports that her physical condition renders such a step possible. Mr. Lyons has been retained by the accused.