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Tuesday, the preliminary examination of Mrs. Patterson Allan, who stands, charged with treasonable co'clock the parties entered the court room. Mrs. Allan was accompanied by her husband, and during tof this city, was intimately acquainted with Mrs. Allan. Never heard her mention the Rev. Morgan Diin New York city, and the son of Gen. Dix. --Mrs. Allan was an inmate of her father's family; was lo, the most of which time they were together, Mrs. Allan manifested the kindest feelings towards everents towards the South. While on a visit to Mrs. Allan's country seat in Goochland, some time in Juhown by Mrs. A. She was well acquainted with Mrs. Allan's writing, and did not see the slightest resr in question. Mrs. Hoge testified that Mrs. Allan was at her house but twice during the absencfamily, more especially Mr. Hoge. Had known Mrs. Allan six or seven years, and during that time hadctor that the letter had been sent to him by Mrs. Allan; then took it again to Judge Ould, who took [9 more...]