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. McCabe and Capt. Morfet knew from reputation that the Rev. Morgan Dix was the son of General John A. Dix. Capt. Philip Cashmeyer, who was commissioned by Gen. Winder to visit Mr. Allan's residence, a few miles from the city, and bring down all of her correspondence received since the war, stated that Mr. Allan afforded him eught him down in his own buggy. There were two letters among those left behind which were signed "M. Dix,; " but they were anterior to the war when he informed Gen. Winder of this fact, he was ordered to go back and get these letters. He did so; but on searching for them they were missing. Mr. Allan did not get to his farm till thought at the time that they had been carelessly left about the house, and that the children there had torn them up. At the conclusion of Mr. C.'s testimony the Court adjourned over till 12 o'clock this morning. The case will in all probability be concluded to-day, as only one more witness (Gen. Winder) is to be examined.