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the last few days those who have been admitted even to a partial confidence, and among them some who have looked gloomily upon the future, are elated at the prospect presented, and express satisfaction that all will soon be convinced of the wisdom of the course of the Commanding General. The regulations for Visiting the District Jail. Washington, Jan. 14. --On account of the inquisitorial proclivities of certain prominent politicians with the affairs of the District prison, Marshal Lamon to-day submitted to the presiding officer of each branch of Congress a statement of the regulations he had adopted in reference to the admission of visitors to the prison. The President of the United States and members of his Cabinet, the Judges of the Supreme Court and of the Courts of Record in the District, and President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives, are privileged to visit the prison at will. Senators can be admitted only upon the written pass of the Pr