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h officers and the balance of the engineers were lost. The extradition case in Canada. A dispatch from Toronto says: The course taken in regard to Burleigh is his recommittal to prison. The court informs the Governor General of the decision, His Excellency alone being able to order the extradition of the prisoner. se will be brought before the full Court of Common Pleas, or the Quebec Bench, or any single judge of those courts. If the judgment already given be wrong, Burleigh will be released; if right, he will be recommitted to await the Governor's order of extradition.--Should the judges order the release of the prisoner, which is considered most improbable, Burleigh will probably be immediately re-arrested for a violation of the neutrality laws. If the judgment is confirmed the prisoner's extradition will be ordered by the Governor, though the friends of the prisoner talk of appealing to the Privy Council of England; but it is said the decision of the cou