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elf as a gentleman. There are now only 138 prisoners left in Richmond, and they consist of disloyal citizens, Yankees deserters, and offending Confederates. For their security the usual guard is kept up. We learn that the smaller portion of Ross's factory will be occupied in future as a hospital, and Howard's factory, on south Main street, will be kept as a prison. The following is a list of the Yankee offices who left on Saturday, viz: Col. M. Cogswell, 42d New York regiment. Col. W. R. Lee, 20th Massachusetts regiment. Col. A. M. Wood, 14th New York regiment. Maj P. J. Revere, 20th Massachusetts regiment. Capt. Henry Bowman, Company C, 15th Massachusetts regiment. Capt. T. J. Keffer, Company N, 1st California regiment. Capt. G. W. Rockwood, Company A, 15th Massachusetts regiment. Capt R Williams, Company E, 12th Indiana regiment. Lieut. C. F. Freeman, Company F, 1st Virginia regiment. Lieut. J. E. Green, Company C, 15th Massachusetts regiment.