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roversy upon the limitation of the power. So also, in the language of Judge Woodbury, the commanding officer of troops may "extend certain rights of war, not only over his camp, but the environs and the near field of his military operations." Beyond this, neither the Government nor the military commander can properly go. Nothing but imminent peril to the army, arising from the near presence of the army, can authorize the commander to suspend or arrest the execution of ordinary civil process. In this, as in other respects, the safety of the army will be the ruling motive of the military commander. There are but two instances in which martial law was resorted to under the old Government. The first was in New Orleans, in 1862, when Gen. Jackson took the authority, against the opinion of Edward Livingston, one of the ablest jurists of his day to place that city under martial law. The second was in 1862, and occurred in Rhode Island during what is known as the Dorr rebellion.
e Valley. It our information from the Valley be correct — and we are inclined to think it is — the design of terror there has been of short duration it is called, upon what seems to be reliable authorized that the enemy evacuated several days ago, and it is believe that day have fallen back beyond the . News for this may be, it is certain that a large portion of the force with which our active of the State was overrun, has been withdrawn and cent to other quarters; where who was not able to say. Our latest advices from the upper Valley paper Jackson as advancing in the edition of Winchester and it may be that sometime our forces are in possession of Rumor has it that Leesburg has 2 made showing that the movement of Gen. Johnston in falling back from Leesburg as completely disconcerted the of the enemy and defeated their most it is a movement of which and seem not to understand, and their actions demonstrate that it is a possibility of their ever at Richmond from tha