Twelve citizens of Pennsylvania, composing the "Pittsburg Sanitary Commission," a self-constituted committee to wait on the Yankee wounded, and witness McClellan's triumphal entry into the rebel capital, were, by order of the military authorities of the Department of Henrico; removed on Tuesday evening from their comfortable quarters at Savage's farm, and brought to this city and lodged in Libby's warehouse as prisoners of war. They gave the following names: R. R. Bounot Jeans Brown, F. Bryant, W. H. Smith, John Beltzhooves, Oliver L. Miller, J. W. Whiteman, W. E. Goeling, Thos. G. Smyth, John Harney, Thos. McCanes, and L. Hart.
Accompanying the above was a committee of one named M. E. N. Howell, of Michigan, who was at Savage's on a similar errand as his Pittsburg brothers.
In connection with the subject of Yankee prisoners, we may mention that eight Pennsylvania soldiers, including a Lieutenant, were brought to the C. S. Prison in this city, yesterday, by two