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in Court on Saturday morning last, accompanied by his counsel, R. R. Howison, Esq. The following is a copy of the response to the writ: that he might be enabled to obtain the evidence necessary. Mr. Howison said that the person under arrest was a native of Yorktown, Va.,ncoln Government, and he was subjected to insult and indignity. Mr. Howison then read a letter addressed the petitioner to President Lincolncken from the roll. With regard to his proceedings in Virginia, Mr. Howison went on to show that he went to Norfolk authorized to collect sotwo weeks, all this time in ignorance of the charge against him. Mr. Howison was unwilling to believe that our Government was capable of suchles of war, the habeas corpus could furnish no relief. He asked Mr. Howison why the case had not been submitted to Commissioner Lyons, who w circumstances attending the detention of prisoners of war? Mr. Howison replied that an application was made to the Commissioner, who de