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the prosecution, and Messrs. Lyons and Randolph appearing for the defence. The principal part of the testimony turned upon establishing the handwriting of Phillips, comparing a book in possession of the counsel for the accused with the "Santa Trinita" letter, which is alleged to have been handed a servant of Mrs. Allan's in the market, and which, with another letter, was sent by her to Dr. Powell to be transmitted North. A bundle of letters and papers were submitted, obtained from Ph when presented. This concluded the testimony in the case, when Mr. Lyons, counsel for the defence, asked the discharge of Mrs. Allan upon the ground that the evidence submitted in the case failed utterly to prove that the letter signed "Santa Trinita" was written by Mrs. Allan, or that she had any knowledge of its contents. Mr. Aylett replied briefly. The questions for the Commissioner were first, had the offence of treason been committed, and was there probable cause to suspect the