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unconditionally, after several months of the kindest attention in a comfortable hospital.--When they left they were unanimous in their praises of the attention they had received. Their insincerity, as evidenced in this account, seems almost fabulous, and furnishes us with an unmistakable proof of the utter want of honor that exists in the breasts of even those of our enemies to whose good opinions we are best entitled: Arrival of the prisoners at Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, Oct. 7. --The steamer Express this morning, by agreement, the Confederate steamer Northumberland, with a flag of truce, twelve miles above Newport News, and brought down fifty-seven wounded prisoners, released yesterday at Richmond.--They were made prisoners at the battle of Manassas. They report that there are about 5,000 troops in Richmond, and that the Confederate army on the Potomac is supposed to number over 150,000 men. Apprehensions of an attack by the Federal fleet on the seaboa