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--T. Dudley, Jr., liquor merchant, charged with taking the oath to be obedient to the Constitution of the United States, (during McClellan's visit to the Chickahominy,) and D. F. Booth, charged with selling liquor in Richmond contrary to the proclamation of martial law, have both been released on parole. They were confined in Castle Godwin.

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