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Trial sentence, and execution of time thy Webster as a spy. --We append a brief synopsis of the proceedings of the Court Martial that cOn the 2d of April the Court Martial convened for the trial of Timothy Webster as an alien enemy, Col. Nat. Tyler being President of the samesalm of David, invoking vengeance on his enemies.--He refused, and Webster grew indignant, causing the clergyman to take an early departure. oud sound. Owing to defective cotton rope, the noose slipped, and Webster fell on his back to the ground. The half hung and partially stunn the party was still suspended. He died in about one minute. Webster, who had plenty of gold and C. S. Treasury notes, gave it all to hand they let that out of the bag on him after their conviction. Mrs. Webster, who was arrested along with her husband as a spy, is still at Castle Godwin, but will no doubt be sent out of the Confederacy. Webster is the first man executed here as a spy. Perhaps it would have been