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Application for a discharge from military service. --Through his counsel, Hon. James Lyons and Gen. Geo. W. Randolph, R. D'Orsey Ogden, manager of the Richmond Theatre, made an application under a writ of habeas corpus before Judge Halyburton yesterday for a discharge from military service.--The ground upon which he claims exemption is that of being a British subject. It was ordered by the Judge that the writ be issued, returnable on Thursday.
00 from Edwin J. Duval, was tried, and after an examination of witnesses and argument of counsel, Lewis was discharged, but Bowlar was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons's Court. Jordan Miller, charged with buying E. J. Duval's horse, knowing it to have been stolen, was sent on to Judge Lyons's Court for final trial. EJudge Lyons's Court for final trial. Eliza Liggan, charged with stabbing Albertino Cephas, was examined and sent on for trial. Ball was allowed her in the sum of $500; but, being unable to give it, she was remanded to prison. Charles Doherty, charged with robbing John Driscol of $170 in C. S. money, was examined and sent on for final trial before Judge Lyons. Judge Lyons. Macklin, slave of A. J. E. Jennings, charged with robbing M. L. Jacobson of a large lot of dry goods, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes to day, the same to be repeated next Saturday. Rebecca Chandler, charged with stabbing Henry, a slave of Wm. A. Wright, was, for want of sufficient evidence to convict her, discharge