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Confederate States district Court.

Before Judge Halyburton, on Saturday, the case of G. A. Wallace, suing, under a writ of habeas corpus for discharge from military service, was argued at length by counsel, Messrs. William F. Watson and J. Randolph Tucker. The petitioner was formerly a captain in the Confederate service, but resigned and purchased the proprietorship of a German newspaper in this city, upon which ownership he bases his right of exemption.

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