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A trial for treason at Cincinnati. --A man named Ogilvie Byron Young is on trial before the United States Court in Cincinnati on a charge of treason. Senator Green, of Missouri, is to be a witness in the case, an attachment having been issued against him. The United States District Attorney, in his opening statement to the jury, stated that the offence called misprison of treason has existed as Common Law for centuries, and is of two kinds; it is either positive or negative. Positiv
o be seen.
The Commercial gives the following brief sketch of the evidence taken on the first day of the trial:
Somewhere about the first of April last the prisoner took lodgings at the Spencer House, registering his name as being from Missouri.
He remained there until the 23d of April, having in the meantime made the acquaintance of a fellow-guest, to whom he stated that it was "nothing but nuts and cheese" for the South to whip the North, and that he was to take command of the Texas