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t, January 14th. --The estate of Thomas Jones, deceased, was, on motion of Mrs. Jones, by counsel, this day committed to the hands of H. K. Ellyson, sheriff of Richmond, for administration. A return to the writs of habeas corpus in the case of Solomon Lillinfield, claiming exemption as an undomiciled foreigner, was made to-day, and the further hearing of the case postponed to Wednesday next. Mr. James Lyons for affiant. A writ of habeas corpus was granted upon petition of Josiah H. Harris, of Hanover county, who claims exemption as an overseer of the poor, and was made returnable to the 19th instant. The process was directed to Captain Grovers, of company E, Fifteenth Virginia regiment, in whose company petitioner now is. Mr. Lyons concluded his argument in the case of the undomiciled foreigner, which has been before the court for some time, but was delayed in consequence of the sickness of Mr. Lyons. The court reserved its decision until some future day. The cour