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ge of forging pay-rolls.
He was once a Lieutenant in Captain Shafer's company, Maryland volunteers.
About ten days since defendant was carried before C. S Commissioner Watson, and by him discharged, because the papers then produced did not make out a case on which he could be hold for trial.
Among the papers were two bogus dischfence.
Mr. P. H. Aylett appeared on behalf of the Government, and Messrs. Crane and Glimer for Wyvill.
Counsel for defence contended that the discharge by Commissioner Watson, he being the examining and committing magistrate of the C. S. District Court, was final.
No State law comprehended a case of the kind.
A party arrested oded for by Confederate statute law, was cognizable by State law — that of Virginia and the Confederacy were concurrent.
The Mayor said he did not recognize Commissioner Watson as an examining court.
In his opinion, he could not deprive the State of jurisdiction over offences against the law of Virginia.
Should an offence be comm