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Poles on their way to Siberia. --The following letter, sent by a Polish exile, dated from Moscow, gives a sad insight into the cruelties to which the prisoners are subjected: "I write you a few lines from lines from Moscow. Neither our prayers or our tears, nor our sickness have had any effect. We convicts are not allMoscow. Neither our prayers or our tears, nor our sickness have had any effect. We convicts are not allowed to be all, and we must all of us proceed on the road marked out for us. Several women and children at the breast, the rapid old men, and even madmen, form part of our convoy. On the passage from St. Petersburg to Moscow a woman died in the railway carriage; her body was thrown out of the window, and the train proceeded. My from St. Petersburg to Moscow a woman died in the railway carriage; her body was thrown out of the window, and the train proceeded. My traveling companion has now proceeded to Nishal-Novgorod with his companions in misfortune. We go on to morrow. Communicate this to my friends, and receive the farewell of a poor galarienne."