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to inform them of the cause, if any, for the protracted delay in exchanging Col. Corcoran, who has been a prisoner at the South since July, and directing him to stop all exchanges until Col. Corcoran shall be released. Mr. Trowbridge wished distinctly to say that it was no part of his decide to place an impediment in the way of the release of Col. Corcoran, but he protested, and asked the House to join him in presenting the release of the other prisoners to be made subordinate to that of Colonel Corcoran. He had no doubt that every gentleman had some friend whom he desired should be released, though of lower rank than Colonel Corcoran. He (Mr. TrColonel Corcoran. He (Mr. Trowbridge) mentioned the name of Col. Wilcox in the connection as an of signal bravery and gallantry. Mr. Mallory, (Ohio) of Ky., said he met with Col. Woodruff of Pa., who offered the information said he was not aware, till now, that Col Corcoran was still a prisoner, and its duty desire was to call attention to the worthy