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e in a house near the Capitol on Saturday, have been kept in irons since their arrest, by order of Col. Ellsworth. He intends to disgrace them before the regiment, and then to deliver them up to the civil authorities. Gen. Scott has, for the third time, voluntarily taken the oath of allegiance to the Constitution and laws. The officers of his staff have followed his example. The first occasion was when he entered the service, and the second when in command of Fort Moultrie, in the "Calhoun nullification" times. Washington, May 8. --Mr. Simonton, of the New York Times, was seriously but not dangerously wounded this afternoon. Just as he had passed a military outpost on the city suburbs, the captain levelled a gun down the road, which accidentally exploding, the ball penetrated the muscle in his right shoulder, and grazing the bone, came out near the windpipe. The horses attached to his carriage took fright, the vehicle was overturned, and Mrs. Simonton, who