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but afterwards agreeable feelings prevailed between them. Mr. Thos. W. McMahon was then called to the stand to testify as to the handwriting of Mr. --, the man who Mrs. Allan alleged had given her servant the letter in the market to be sent North. Mr. McM., after looking at the writing closely, answered that he did not think Mr. -- could have written it. He was familiar with his writing; it was of a "sprawling and unstylish character," while the chirography of the letter signed "Santa Trtents of the letter which caused her arrest, indignantly denied writing that letter and said, was there any one who knew her that could believe she was base enough to betray a person at the North (whose name was mentioned in the letter to be sent North) who was her most valued friend, and from whom she had but a short time since received the letter which Mr. L. wished to introduce. A witness was called who identified the handwriting as that of the gentleman from whom Mrs. A. said she had recei