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h surrounded him. Mr. Buchanan's private carriage was first drawn up to the entrance, but from what we could learn of the movements going on, we judge that the President elect preferred to make his appearance in an open carriage, where all could see him, as one was substituted for Mr. Buchanan's close carriage. The President and President elect took their seats in the carriage, the military at a "present arms," and the band on the left playing "Hail to the Chief." Senator Pearce and Senator Baker, of the Committee of Arrangements, having been seated in the same carriage, it moved out to its position in the line, being preceded by the company of Sappers and Miners, and flanked on the right by the Georgetown Mounted Guard, and on the left by the President's Mounted Guard. There was some grumbling at this arrangement, as it was almost impossible to get a view of the President elect, which seemed to be the chief object in view with the majority of spectators. The President and Pres
Carried to Prison. --James Baker, who was recently convicted of feloniously entering Harry Miller's shoe shop, and sentenced to the Penitentiary for one year, was yesterday carried to the place of his future abode by the Sergeant of this city. He was hardly allotted enough time wherein to learn a trade.