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addock admitted that it was his pistol that fired on the occasion. A number of witnesses being absent, the case was continued. [Note.--Having published a letter in the report yesterday to the effect that Craddock had extorted money from Brant, a foreigner, going across the lines; it is proper to add that he was examined on this charge before Gen. Winder, Major Griswold and Major Carrington, and that it was testified by two white witnesses, who were present at the interview with Brant,day to the effect that Craddock had extorted money from Brant, a foreigner, going across the lines; it is proper to add that he was examined on this charge before Gen. Winder, Major Griswold and Major Carrington, and that it was testified by two white witnesses, who were present at the interview with Brant, to be untrue. He was, there fore, acquitted by all the officers named. Mr. Craddock is a detective of the Treasury Department, having been appointed to that post within a few days past.]