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developed, when the court adjourned till to-morrow. The exchange of prisoners. The exchange of prisoners, which has ceased at Charleston, is to commence in James river in a day or two. A letter from Annapolis, Maryland, says: Colonel Mulford leaves in the New York, on Tuesday next, for Richmond, via James river, to settle up his business with the Confederate authorities and confer with Commissioner Ould as to the basis of a further exchange. The New York brings no late news from General Sherman. Colonel Mulford reports Savannah closely invested, and its occupation by Sherman simply a question of a little time. Sherman dined at Port Royal with General Foster on Friday last, and made arrangements with him (Foster) for the transfer of a number of siege guns, ammunition, etc. The truce has existed in Charleston harbor for fourteen days, during which time between eleven thousand and twelve thousand prisoners were exchanged.--Previous to the truce, Charleston and Fo