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e examination of Mrs. Patterson Allan, on the charge of treasonable correspondence, was renewed before Confederate Commissioner Watson; Mr. P. H. Aylett representing the Government in the prosecution, and Messrs. Lyons and Randolph appearing for thedavit to the paper and receive it: The affidavit of Mary Caroline Allan, now under examination been Commissioner W F Watson, made before the said Commissioner: This affiant doth solemnly declare upon her oath that she has never written or sConfederate States, giving them aid and comfort. Mary Carolina Allan. This statement was sworn to before Commissioner Watson. Judge Regan, Postmaster-General was sworn, and stated that he had some correspondence with Phillips, but hadference to the trial by jury of the issue of innocence or guilt. At the conclusion of Mr. Aylett's remarries, Commissioner Watson read the following decision: Opinion of the Court The Confederate States of America vs. Mary C