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lower Potomac where a boat was awaiting, and ferried across. He leaves his trunks and bills behind him. The home of Jefferson bequeathed to the Government. Our Commodores seem to vie with each other in patriotic liberality. To-day Commodore Levy was asked why he did not give Monticello to the Government, and he replied, "I have made my will, given to the Government, not only Monticello, but one hundred thousand dollars besides. " [Patriotic Levy! How many donations such as the Levy! How many donations such as the hundred thousand dollars bequeathed above will it take to satisfy the demands of the Federal Government in order to ensure a successful prosecution of this war?] The Fugitive Slaves in Prison. The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald, dated December 6th says: There are forty six persons from Maryland and Virginia in the county jail, arrested by constables on presumption that they are fugitive slaves. A difficulty exists to the way of their immediate discharge, from the f