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Recovery of prisoners. --We learn, says the Mobile Register, from a correspondent, that of the four prisoners of war which escaped from the cars at Enterprise, two were arrested on Tuesday morning at Tamola, by Messrs. John G. McArthur, W. P. Brantly, T. J. Clay, Jr., and turned over to Messrs. Null and Ashburn, who undertook to deliver them to the proper authorities. They were both armed with Colt's repeaters, which they said they had managed to keep concealed since the time of their capture at Manassa.--This should suggest to the officers who have the prisoners in charge, to give them a thorough overhauling. The recaptured prisoners hail from Maine, and are described as being intelligent young men.