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Late Washington City papers inform us that "Professor Lowe, " the ærial navigator, is in that place trying the effect of balloons as means of observation of the position, force, &c., of the "Rebels" previous to their being attacked by there loyal Union troops. If the Abolitionists can get nothing more substantial than gas to apply to Southern courage, we fear they are in a bad way. A few weeks since Lowe started from Cincinnati and landed somewhere in South Carolina, where he acknowledges he was forwarded back with care, and treated during his brief sojourn with kindness and consideration. Lowe, to be in keeping with his name, now proposes to poinLowe, to be in keeping with his name, now proposes to point out the most safe and expeditious way to out the throats of his late hosts. Among the trophies of the John Brown raid was an extensive rifle, weighing about forty pounds, which that pious and illustrious worthy was in the habit of using to "pick off slaveholders" at long range. Said gun is new in the Richmond Armory, and i