, and was badly repulsed.
He had to fight his way back.
The St. Albans raiders' case, in Montreal, has again been continued thirty days, for evidence from Richmond.
A dispatch from Toronto says the case of Burly was before the court to-day.
The original document, signed by Jeff. Davis, was produced.
It authorizes the raid.
Objection was made to receiving it. The court adjourned to Thursday to consider the objection.
Forrest is reported to be concentrating a large force at Paris, Tennessee.
A great number of his men are hovering around their homes in Tennessee and Kentucky, conscripting Union men.
A telegram from Toronto on the 12th says: Burleigh was again before the court to-day.
Jeff. Davis's manifesto was objected to because it did not bear the seal of the so-called Confederate States.
A decision was reserved till Tuesday.
Vice-Admiral Farragut visited the United States Senate chamber.
On motion of Mr. Grimes, a recess of ten minutes was taken for the pur