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that he had not, but expected to have an opportunity to send it off in a day or two. Gen. John H. Winder was then called to the stand by the Government.--He examined the letter which caused Mrs.wer, Mrs. Allan raised her hands up and said, "I swear I know nothing about it." Subsequently Gen. Winder called on Mrs. Allan, and, upon interrogation, received the reply from her that the letter haot know who he was; had no acquaintance with him, but believed it was --; he was a lame man. General Winder was then asked by Mrs. Allan what would be done with her; his reply was, he thought she woulnation; but finding nothing sustaining the charge, dismissed him. Upon examination by counsel Gen. Winder said Mrs. Allan knew nothing of the lame man's being a correspondent, but he had obtained the but at a subsequent interview acknowledged it had been given to her servant in the market. He (Winder) believed she was the author of the letter in question, and so told Mrs. A. Then left Mr. Hoge's