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Prison Items. --The following subjects were received at Castle Thunder yesterday, viz: G. W. Wagner, William Moore, Charles Ward, and Jas. P. Bruce, deserters from the army, sent from Lynchburg; A. B. Wharton and Jordan Southwark, of the Caroline Light Artillery, deserters; Michael Burk, watchman at the Chimborazo Hospital, sent by the Sergeant of the guard there for drunkenness and disorderly conduct; Thos, Mea, John H. Stephens, and William A. Godfrey, soldiers, for safe-keeping. The detectives of the Assistant Provost Marshal of the Eastern District made a raid yesterday on several establishments in the lower part of the city who were supposed to deal in liquor. They entered the houses of John Baxter, Franklin street; James Burns, of the City Arms, Wall street; Peter Hutchinson, opposite thereto; Tim Callahan, near the Old Market, Harry Blockman, on Main street, and Henry Magee, keeper of the Alabama House, near the 1st Market. But little liquor was found. The parties