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sted in Baltimore as a spy. From the Baltimore Sun of yesterday we learn that he has been produced before the United States District Court of that city by writ of habeas corpus. General Woolley returned an answer to the writ to the effect that Abercrombie, having been arrested as a spy, and having given evidence which caused the execution of Captain Deaton, of the United States army, he was held for trial by a military commission. The counsel for the accused contended that, as the war was overoolley returned an answer to the writ to the effect that Abercrombie, having been arrested as a spy, and having given evidence which caused the execution of Captain Deaton, of the United States army, he was held for trial by a military commission. The counsel for the accused contended that, as the war was over, the case could only be tried by a civil tribunal. Judge Giles, in view of the importance of the case, reserved his decision for yesterday. Abercrombie claims to hail from Baltimore.
Important trial. Baltimore, December 28. --Judge the United States District Court cide this morning the important baby case of Ralph Abercrombie, held by Wolley, charged with being a spy ing to the enemy, also with giving before a Confederate court- martial Richmond, on which testimony Captain the United States army, was wrong victed and executed. Judge Giles favor of the military authority, its custody Abercrombie for military he belonged to the United States military vice. Abercrombie will now soon court-martial. He was a Lieutenant old United States army. The court-martial of which General is president, and Colonel Binghated States military vice. Abercrombie will now soon court-martial. He was a Lieutenant old United States army. The court-martial of which General is president, and Colonel Bingha advocate, has adjourned sine die, ha posed of the important forgery trial Thomas Murphy. A new cour will probably be formed soon to try .
--Judge Giles, in the United States District Court here, decided this morning the important habeas corpus case of Ralph Abercrombie, held by General Wolley, charged with being a spy and deserting to the enemy; also with giving testimony before a Cs wrongfully convicted and executed. Judge Giles decided in favor of the military authority, remanding to its custody Abercrombie for military trial, as he belonged to the United States military service. Abercrombie will now soon be tried by courtAbercrombie will now soon be tried by court-martial. He was a lieutenant in the old United States army. The court-martial of which General Fessenden is president, and Colonel Bingham, judge advocate, has adjourned sine die, having disposed of the important forgery trial of Private Thomal of which General Fessenden is president, and Colonel Bingham, judge advocate, has adjourned sine die, having disposed of the important forgery trial of Private Thomas Murphy. A new court-martial will probably be formed soon to try Abercrombie.