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The Winder Habeas corpus case. The fact that a writ of habeas corpus had been issued at Boston in the case of Mr. William H. Winder, a prisoner at Fort Warren, has been reported. The Boston Traveller, of Tuesday evening, says: Mr. Winder Mr. Winder was arrested in September, fourteen months since, by order of Secretary Cameron. He has corresponded with the Departments, which have twice offered him freedom if he would take the oath of allegiance to our country, both of which he refused. Thepresenting his request to the Judge that the writ of habeas corpus might be issued, Judge Crifford read the petition of Mr. Winder for release, giving the history of his arrest and detention. In this he states that several months after he was arresistice of his defention. A telegram from Boston, dated the 29th, says that the writ of habeas corpus in the case of Winder was not served. It was addressed to Col. Dimmick, commander of Fort Warren, and the Deputy U. S. Marshal who consented t