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on for his release. Sundry citizens of Manchester, including Messrs. Spencer Hancock, J. B. Vaughn, and L. M. Burfoot, testified that hearing that Richard and Jordan Smith had had a treasonable conversation on the day of the Pawnee excitement, in which the probabilities of the success of an African saturnalia was canvassed, they uence of finding Northern correspondence in his house, showing him to be a dangerous person, the citizens had banished him from their midst.--He, together with Jordan Smith, a cousin, was afterwards taken up prowling about the streets of Richmond. The observation of Jordan Smith to his confrere was to the effect that after the soJordan Smith to his confrere was to the effect that after the soldiers were gone niggers would have more privileges. Mr. Hancock said that Richard Smith had been in the penitentiary for helping Red Boot Smith run off negroes. Mr. Burfoot, to whom was confided the examination of Smith's papers, found correspondence addressed to him from Ohio, Indiana, New York and Pennsylvania, also, the Cons