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ncoln army, and had very recently visited the city of Washington. In fact, it is stated that the prisoner himself boldly proclaimed the fact that he had fought for old Abe, and expected to do so again. He was committed to jail to await further developments in his case. Should the charge against him prove true, he will no doubt test the strength of Southern hemp. Appearance of Lincolnites near Belmont and their Subsequent retreat. From the Confederate News, of Columbus, Ky., of the 9th instant, we take the following: We learn that 300 Hessians made their appearance on the opposite side of the river Friday night, on the battle ground of Belmont. Their stay was short, as our boys got after the cavalry scoundrels and made them leave at the rate of 2.40. We are glad to learn that four of the enemy bit the dust, and the balance, we doubt not, are now in the land of Egyptian darkness, surrounded by their "hoosiers" and "suckers," telling them of their miraculous escape fr