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22d of December, with Max Weber's regiment. He was completely armed with carbine, pistol, &c., and had a considerable amount of rebel money. They represent a great scarcity of provisions. Proceedings of the Federal Congress. Washington, Feb. 11. --Mr. Crittenden, by unanimous consent, presented a petition from Philadelphia, signed by the first men of that city, proposing that on the 22d of February, Washington's Farewell Address be read in one of the houses of Congress, by the Preidual perpetrators if they are caught. Mr. Rohr's body was interred here yesterday. The funeral services were performed in the German Reformed church, in the presence of a large number of officers, citizens and soldiers. Cincinnati, Feb. 11.--A special dispatch from Indianapolis to the Commercial says that two men were arrested at Princeton, Ind. a few days since, by the Surveyor of the port. Upon searching the persons, their clothing and boot legs were found wadded with letters fo