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battalion parade. On Friday, prior to the enlargement of those arrested, one of them, Mr. C. H. Anderson, sued out by A. J. Crane, his attorney, a writ of habeas corpus, directed to Hon. Wm. H. L) was set for the hearing of the case. The petition for a habeas corpus, on the part of C. H. Anderson, represents that he is a citizen of Richmond, and of the State of Virginia; that he is underense, who was accepted, as he is prepared to show, and that, therefore, he is an exempt. Mr. Anderson adds: "Notwithstanding this, your petitioner was willing and consented to perform volunhat right, and law, and justice, may prevail, and your petitioner will ever pray, &c. "C. H. Anderson, by Counsel. "July 4th, 1862." The hearing on the merits of the petition was appoi at the time of issuing the writ, the Judge dismissed the petition, but intimated that should Mr. Anderson be again placed in position to evoke his aid, he would order another writ to issue, and decid