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m by which $25 of the bounty money — or better still, the whole of it — could be paid to the recruit immediately after he has put down his name. The recruiting officers are now more than ever convinced that 15,000 or 20,000 men could be at once raised in this city by adopting that course. The Treason case in Boston. The case of Charles P. Gordon and others, charged with using seditious and treasonable language, with cheering for Jeff, Davis, and giving vent to exultation, on the 3d of July, when rumors of the defeat of the Union arms reached Boston, was called for examination in that city on Tuesday: On the opening of the case. R. H. Dana, Jr., Esq., United States Attorney, stated to the Commissioner that he had been unable to attend the examination hitherto, but had made a careful examination of the testimony, and, on conference with his associate, had come to the conclusion that there was not evidence sufficient to justify the committal of the defendants. That t