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ded William Hunt and William Hurley, made returnable before him on Saturday. The applicants claim exemption from service on the ground of owing a certain number of slaves and being the proprietors of farms on which said slaves are employed. Alfred Moss. indicted for the larceny of medicines, the property of the Confederate Government, was tried, convicted and sentenced to one year's imprisonment in the penitentiary. The prisoner argued his own case. Henry Reece, John. Albert and Joseph Kiser, were separately tried for breaking into John Werner's room and robbing him of a trunk containing forty odd thousand dollars' worth of clothing money, jewelry, &c. The court concluded the two first at three o'clock, after which it took a recess till half-past 4 o'clock, when it was occupied till a late hour in the consideration of Kiser's case. Reece and Albert were found guilty by the jury and sentenced to the penitentiary — the first for five years and the last for three years.