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Gen. Cadwallader. We had supposed that Gen. Cadwallader, who succeeded Gen. Butler in command Gen. Cadwallader, who succeeded Gen. Butler in command at Baltimore, was a gentleman, if not a soldier. Some of the Baltimore journals were disposed to coler. Better things might be expected from Gen. Cadwallader--at least so said, and doubtless thought he service of the process of the Court, General Cadwallader has capped the climax of official outra Does anybody, for example, believe that Gen. Cadwallader told the truth when he pleaded his engage unworthy of an officer and a gentleman? Gen. Cadwallader had no idea of obeying the writ, still leer of the deed which constitutes the sum of Cadwallader's infamy. The assumption to suspend the wrd to be its safe-guard and protection. General Cadwallader has assumed to do what in England the Qmy will be his due portion in history. General Cadwallader, we believe, was educated a lawyer, and consequences as respects the position of Gen. Cadwallader will be the same.--Nothing can ever effac[4 more...]
The Philadelphia habeas corpus case. Philadelphia, June 4. --The habeas corpus case of the parties arrested in Baltimore county charged with participation and burning the bridges of the Northern Central Railroad, and who were taken to York, Pennsylvania. came up before Judge Cadwallader this morning. George H. Williams, Esq., of Baltimore, who came hither as counsel for the parties, did not appear, but Mr. Wharton, of this city, associated with him in the case, announced that the prisoners had been discharged by order of the War Department. Mr. Wharton stated that Mr. Williams had left the city for fear of violence, which was evidently unfounded, as the people took no interest in the matter. There was scarcely fifty persons at the hearing.