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ormerly an employee in the note cutting department of the Treasury office, charged with abstracting from the Confederate Government $11,000, and Charles and Francis Dominic, two Frenchmen, who are implicated in the transaction with Foster.--At the hour of 11 o'clock, the time fixed for the examination, the prisoners were brought into the Commissioner's office, in the custody of Deputy Marshals F. W. Bass and Henry Myers. District Attorney P. H. Aylett appeared for the Government, and Judge John S. Caskie acted as counsel for the two Dominics in the place of A Judson Crane, Esq., who was sick; while Alex. H. Sands, Esq. was employed as counsel for Foster. Soon after the arrival of the parties, the District Attorney moved for a postponement of the trial, on the ground of the absence of an important witness. Mr. James McClelland. an officer of the Government. In the event of an adjournment of the case, in consequence of the non attendance of this witness, an argument of some length wa