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able opinion in the habeas corpus case of N. Tinsley Pate, and discharged the petitioner, holding the following synopsis of the case: Mr. N. Tinsley Pate, a highly respected and energetic citiza detailed soldier to do duty in the militia, Mr. Pate refused to perform militia duty, and upon onewho could not legally order his imprisonment, Mr. Pate was compelled to sue out a writ of habeas correturn to the writ to the effect that he held Mr. Pate legally, first as a private in the 19th regimHenry Aylett and Edward Y. Cannon represented Mr. Pate, and the Attorney General of Virginia, John Ren the ages of eighteen and forty-five years, Mr. Pate had been regularly detailed by the President force of the State. He also decided that Mr. Pate could not be legally tried by a court-martialt, and he directed the immediate discharge of Mr. Pate, and overruled all the points of the return. lways been denied by the Government, and that Mr. Pate's position is precisely that of the Bureau of