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etween Annapolis, Maryland, and Aiken's Landing, on James river, taking rebels down and bringing released Union soldiers back. Prisoners to be held till the end of the war. The Baltimore American notices the arrival in that city of the following Confederate prisoners, of whom it says: By order of General Sheridan, they are not to be exchanged during the war, being considered of the worst character: T. M. King, Seventh; James Riderwell, Thirty-firth; Herbert Alexander and James Washington, Twelfth; Z. Anderson, Eighteenth; C. S. Lerett, S. C. Morland and John Coster, Eleventh; G. M. Kenny, Sixth, and T. W. Dear, of the Forty-Third Virginia cavalry; J. Brigg and Hoffman Gilmor, (brother of the noted guerrilla chief,) Second Maryland cavalry; John M. Rafter, J. D. Lynn, Wm. Harkness, James McNeal, R. P. Tubb, of McNeil's Independent Rangers; and J. Tavener, citizen. They are to be kept in confinement, and receive nothing but the army ration, which is more than an ordinary
y West. The Baltimore American of Friday evening says: The notorious rebel guerrilla, Marry Gilmor, who arrived here at a late hour on Wednesday night, yesterday left here for Fort Warren, in charge of Major Young and three Federal scouts in rebels clothes. Captain Wiegel learned that Gilmor's life was endangered at the Relay House, when he proceeded to that post with an armed guard and protected him from danger. United States Marshal Murray, in obedience to the instructions from Washington, left New York for Montreal, to take charge of twelve of the St. Albans raiders, who will be delivered to him there, and brought to New York by him for trial. Captain J. M. Gillis, superintendent of the naval observatory in Washington, died suddenly of apoplexy on Thursday, aged about fifty-three years. Admiral Porter has made over the prize money due him for the capture of the ram Albemarle by a force under him to Lieutenant Cushing. General James S. Negley has resigned.