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land, upon the breaking out of the present war between the Confederate and the United States, in which she warned all her subjects residing here not to take any part in the difficulties existing between us. He contended that to require a foreigner who had not taken the oath of allegiance and become a citizen of a power at war to do service in its defence, was a usurpation of authority which no nation was ever guilty of before, and could not be sustained upon any grounds of right or justice. At the conclusion of Gen R's argument Hon P H Aylett, C S District Attorney, announced that his engagements were such that he could not make his reply before Thursday next, whereupon Judge Halyburton adjourned the matter over till that time. The case is one which affects a large number of persons in this city, and its decision is therefore looked to with much interest. --Associated with Gen. Randolph as counsel for the party concerned is Hon. Jas Lyons, who will deliver the closing argument.
Hustings Court. --In consequence of sickness in his family, no Court was held by Judge Lyons yesterday. His absence from the city will be protracted till Wednesday, at which time it is expected he will again be ready for business.