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out noon. Much enthusiasm attended their arrival. About 4 P. M. the train returned in charge of Conductor Duvall, Collins being sick, and conveyed the Massachusetts regiment into Washington. A train of burden cars, in charge of Conductor Fairbanks, was taken possession of in Washington on Monday. Fairbanks walked all the way from Washington to this city yesterday. The road from the Junction to Washington is a military road in its strictest sense. Troops are stationed all along the roaFairbanks walked all the way from Washington to this city yesterday. The road from the Junction to Washington is a military road in its strictest sense. Troops are stationed all along the road at convenient distances, guarding the track, bridges and switches. Affairs at Washington. A party of gentlemen who chartered an omnibus on Wednesday, and came through from Washington to this city yesterday morning, report that nothing in relation to government movements in that city was known. Very few families remained in the city. The wives and families of the members of the Cabinet had all left. The hotels were nearly empty of guests, and several were preparing to close. Gover