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spatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Norfolk, Va., Feb. 4. --The flag-of-truce boat to-day brings news from Washington of yesterday, stating that it has been decided by the Federal Government to consider all captured Confederate privateersmen as prisoners of war, and as such to be exchanged for the hostages in our custody. A general exchange of all prisoners will probably be negotiated by the Federal Government. [second Dispatch.] Norfolk, Feb. 4. --Northern papers, dated Feb. 2d, have been received here. Considerable anxiety existed in Washington on Sunday, in relation to the supposed hostile attitude of England, and the probability of a war growing out of the Trent difficulty; but it is said that Seward regards the restoration of friendly relations between his Government and that of Britain final and complete. The bad weather and horrible condition of the roads are causes ascribed to bringing about the late inaction of the army of the Potomac and other fo