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Foreign Miscellany. The first Christian church built in Japan since the treaty made with Mr. Harris was by the Roman Catholics. This is a neat and conspicuous building of white stucco; it is erected on ground given for the purpose by the French Minister. Lord Palmerston has consented to become the President of the South of England Literary and Philosophical Society, which has been established in connection with the Hartley Institute at Southampton. From a parliamentary return, it appears that the militia established in England and Wales for the year 1863 consisted of 3,053 officers, 3,324 noncommissioned officers, and 83,460 privates. Mr. Brown, the Isle of Man journalist, has been set free by the judgment of the Court of Queen's Bench, which altogether refused to recognize the imprisoning authority of the House of Keys. A farmer near Dorchester has now the enormous number of 3,000 pigs. He breeds and purchases to keep up his stock. One week he bought 600 p
Lewis, slave of Lucy Phillips, and Reuben, slave of John T. Miller, concerned in conniving at and aiding in the escape of Leslie, slave of Robert H. Davis, were examined, and after hearing the evidence and remarks of counsel, the justices discharged Reuben, but considered Lewis guilty of the offence, and ordered him thirty-nine lashes, and directed that he should then be sold beyond the limits of the Confederacy. Thomas Walker, a free negro, charged with breaking into the house of Mrs. Mary Harris, on the 29th of June last, and stealing two ladies' dresses, was discharged. George Drew, a free negro, charged with stealing four cows from Dr. F. H. Deane, and feloniously receiving the same, knowing them to be stolen, was found guilty of grand larceny, and ordered to be sold into slavery. Robert Sprigg, a free negro bar-keeper, who was recently ordered by the Mayor to be whipped, and who afterwards took an appeal, failing to appear, the case was dismissed. Sprigg will ther