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ptured at the rendezvous of Cox. When the latter hired the tenement, which he did of Mr. Bowlin, he represented himself as from New Kent county, Va., but it was proved that he really came from North Carolina. All of the man looked stout and able-bodied, and were liable to conscript duty. Baldwin, one of the men, represented himself as a Lieutenant in a Louisiana regiment, and showed a discharge from General Hospital, No. 6, dated October 4, ordering him to report immediately for duty.--Col. Noland, President of the Court Martial, being summoned as a witness, said that in time of war two days was regarded as ample time in which to get together one's traps and report for duty. The Mayor said he would release all the parties on their furnishing good and sufficient ball in the sum of $500 each to appear for further examination on Thursday (to-day) week. None of them gave the surety demanded, and all were sent to jail. The accused were arrested on a warrant from the Mayor Wednesday e