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C. S. District Court. --The Grand Jury of this Court yesterday indicted Charles Melton, mail carrier between Pittsylvania C. H. and Lynchburg, for stealing a draft from the mail on the 22d of March, and Wm. H. Crawford, alias Flem Razor, for passing a ten dollar counterfeit Confederate Treasury note on the bar-keeper of Jarratt's Hotel, in Petersburg, Va. The Grand Jury adjourned until twelve o'clock to-day, when they will proceed with the case of Geo. W. Elam, charged with an offence similar to that committed by Razor. The witness in the case, Charlotte Gilman, arrived from Memphis, Tenn, yesterday evening in custody of Detective Goodrich.
Miscellaneous News. We make up the following summary from late papers received yesterday: Capture of Lincolnites. Thirteen Lincoln soldiers, captured last week off Wilmington Island, by our pickets under command of Captain Crawford, have arrived in Savannah, Georgia. They belonged to the 46th New York regiment, and are all Germans but one. It appears that a number of the enemy, said to be between sixty and seventy men, were landed on Wilmington Island. Our men waited their approach, and when within range opened fire on them. One German was killed, another mortally wounded, and thirteen were captured, as above stated. The lieutenants and the remainder of the men effected their escape. On our side, but one man was wounded — Isaac Newton Brown of the 18th Georgia regiment--supposed mortally. The Republican obtains from prisoners the following: They deny that they were drafted, and say they volunteered from sheer necessity. They are nearly all mechanics and labo