Baron Wilde, sittin g in. Chambers yesterday, decided in the case
of Mrs. Price, of Agapemonite renown. A writ of habeas corpus was obtained on Wednesday and Mrs. Price was brought up, not-into the court, but to a solicitor's in Chancery Lane. Baran Wilde directed that Mrs. Price should be restored to the misted), of her husband. 'While there was no cruelty, and while the conjugal tie waa unabsolved, and while, moreover, the husband had reason to believe that his wife was about to reside in an improper place, he had a right to detain her.