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ty to conscription of Mr. Ogden as a domiciled foreigner, Mr. Lyons brought to the Judge's attention an overnight of his in iixed Saturday last for the argument to be presented. Mr. Lyons accordingly addressed the court on Saturday on this pointtion of the order should be allowed the party to remove.--Mr. Lyons contended this treaty was as much in force in respect to ch notice to remove, as the treaty required to be given. Mr. Lyons showed, further, that by the fourteenth article of the trtraders on either side the most complete protection. Mr. Lyons maintained that these rights and privileges referred aliko leave the country without the notice provided for. Mr. Lyons quoted from Judge Marshall to show that treaties were helisregards them as regards subjects of Great Britain. Mr. Lyons closed with a very lucid argument in favor of the integri The Judge desired time to consider the points argued by Mr. Lyons, and required a renewal of Mr. Ogden's bail till this mor