. Late of Kentucky
, appeared before Judge Humphries
to-day, and took the oath of allegiance, to the Confederate States
Hon. James B. Clay
was taken to Louisville
on Saturday, on a writ of habeas corpus.
His case is issued returnable before Judge Catron
A committee of the Kentucky Senate reported on the 28th that the arrest of Ewing
, Silversmith, and Irwin
, of Memphis
, was illegal and unwarranted, and that they should be released.
was at Jefferson City
on the 28th.
It was uncertain when he would leave, probably the 1st or 2d.
A gentleman who arrived from Jefferson City
on the 29th, says Lane
burnt the central portion of Occola on the 10th, for the alleged reason that the rebels fired on the troops from the windows.
Later.--Hon. James B. Clay
was released on Monday, and bound over in $3,000 to do nothing against the Government
A gentleman direct from Louisville
, says there are but few troops in that city, and no enthusiasm.