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ncock — argued by J. Randolph Tucker for plaintiff, and C. C. McRae for defendant — judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond affirmed. C. S. District Court.--This Court will be in session to-day, when Judge Halyburton will deliver a decision in the famous case in which the French Government is interested, in regard to a large quantity of tobacco hitherto a subject of controversy as liable to confiscation. We understand that the decision has been made up on evidence from Europe, that the tobacco, which was purchased here by an agent of August Belmont, really belongs to the Rothschilds, and will be delivered up without further controversy. Not Heard.--A writ of habeas corpus, asked for by Robert Patterson, sent on for the murder of Richard McMullen, which was to have been argued yesterday before Judge Lyons, was not heard owing to the absence of the Judge from Court. Husting Court--Judge Lyons's Court was not in session yesterday owing to his indispositio