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taken possession of the keys of the prison and the prison itself. These two officials were taken to the guard house, while Messrs Joseph H. Bradley and James M Carlisle, both prominent members of the bar, the first council for the claimant of the slave, who in the meantime went to the jail in their official capacity, were held w Webb and Sergeant Cronin to the jail, and in turn placed under arrest the Military Sergeant and sentry who had been left in charge, releasing Messrs Bradley and Carlisle. During this morning the Sergeant of the Military Guard was released by the Marshal, and Deputy Marshal Phillips, and Jailor Milburn, it was expected, would be ses. Subsequently he returned to the jail and arrested the military guard by virtue of his civil authority, disarmed them, and placed them under lock and key J. M. Carlisle, Esq acting as his posse armed with the revolver and sabre of the sergeant. Thus the matter stands at noon to-day.--Deputy Marshal Phillips and Jailor