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s. Patterson Allan, on the charge of treasonable correspondence, was renewed before Confederate Commissioner Watson; Mr. P. H. Aylett representing the Government in the prosecution, and Messrs. Lyons and Randolph appearing for the defence. The prs and papers were submitted, obtained from Phillips's correspondence by Detective Cashmeyer. These letters and papers Mr. Aylett desired to introduce to establish the character of said Phillips, and to prove his loyalty to the South. Mr. Lyons oppe that the letter signed "Santa Trinita" was written by Mrs. Allan, or that she had any knowledge of its contents. Mr. Aylett replied briefly. The questions for the Commissioner were first, had the offence of treason been committed, and was thestitutional protection had reference to the trial by jury of the issue of innocence or guilt. At the conclusion of Mr. Aylett's remarries, Commissioner Watson read the following decision: Opinion of the Court The Confederate States of