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kept him; and when Mr. Brigg's family came on from Georgia, also took them there. Mr. Briggs was desirous of going to General Dix and stating the circumstances in reference to Mr. Hilton, but as he was under Chalker's roof, enjoying his hospitalityhe influence of the Chairman of the Congressional Committee and of the United States District Attorney, prevailed upon General Dix to release Chalker from custody as speedily as possible, on the ground that he was an important witness for the Governprisoner, and consequently his evidence would be worthless. Upon this he was brought up from the on the order of Gen Dix. He has not yet appeared as a witness in any case, and it is understood that the cases which were referred to have been ustom-house to have them held in custody. No sooner is an official arrested at the custom-house than his appear before Gen. Dix with a statement that he is an important witness in some Government case, and that it is ten fold more in the advantage