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. Commissioner's Court — examination of Mrs. Patterson Allan continued. --At a quarter-past 11 oo Mr. Hoge's and told Mrs. H. his business. Mrs. Allan was sent for by Mrs. Hoge, and he (Winner) wUpon examination by counsel Gen. Winder said Mrs. Allan knew nothing of the lame man's being a correas to the handwriting of Mr. --, the man who Mrs. Allan alleged had given her servant the letter in the matter, had heard through his own sister Mrs. Allan had said about the war in his father's housed by his father's family in Washington about Mrs. Allan's conversation while there. The attorney foout her when Mr. --entered the parlor, which Mrs. Allan had an hour before left.] Mr. --then proceedsoner here he received through the mail from Mrs. Allan, who was then in Ohio, a letter tendering himpany. Captain G. received other notes from Mrs. Allan, and when he was about to leave for the Souttponed till this morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Allan was then conducted back to the asylum, as he[23 more...]