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house. Peter Allen, charged with assaulting and beating Charles Madison and wise in their own domicil, was terminated by the defendant's being sent before Gen. Winder. A case against Gilmer A. Lumpkin, for forging the name of S. H. Owens & Son to a check for $700 and drawing the money on the same, was continued until thihe parties were produced in Court, and the case was continued until 10 ½ o'clock P. M. yesterday, when the parties were again brought into Court. The return of Gen. Winder to the writ, showing the cause of their confinement, was read in Court, as follows: "John H. Winder, an officer in the military service of the ConfederateJohn H. Winder, an officer in the military service of the Confederate States, herewith produces in Court the bodies of Mary Ann Piggott. Nathaniel D. Piggott, Mary Ellen Piggott, Eugenie Piggott, and Isabella Piggott, and for return to the writ of habeas corpus awarded by the Hon. Wm. H. Lyons, Judge of the Hustings Court of Richmond, to the parties a foresaid saith: That the five prisoners afores