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Acquitted.

--The Court-Martial which had under consideration the case of Lieutenant-Colonel H. Clay Pate, of the 5th Virginia cavalry, who was charged with mutiny, disobedience of orders, &c., has fully acquitted him, and he has been ordered by the President to rejoin his regiment. Col. Rosser is the commandant of the 5th Virginia cavalry. If fought desperately at Kelley's Ford, where its Major (Puller) was killed. The trial of Lieutenant-Colonel Pate has been going on for nine months past. It is understood that the evidence in the case will be published in back form.

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