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st Marshal Griffith, are brought up in the morning before Provost Judge Freese, the Adjutant-General, who is on General Montgomery's staff. They have, to paraphrase a little, bayonets to right of them, bayonets to left of them, bayonets in front of them, and bayonets to rear of them, so that to attempt to escape would be much like kicking against the pricks. Here is something like the course of justice: Judge — Well, John, where did you get your liquor to get drunk? John — At Dick Robinson's. Sergeant — It was Tom Robinson's sir. Judge — Well, bring up Tom, Dick or Harry — any body connected with the establishment. Sergeant, take a file of men and bring up somebody that belongs to the place. Pretty soon the Sergeant returns with his prisoner. Judge — Did you sell this man liquor? Prisoner — Yes, sir. Judge — I fine you five dollars. Or, take another case — that of some New York merchants who have sold goods to Alexandria merch