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Prisoners at Washington. --A letter from Washington to a business firm in this city furnishes the names of some of the Southern men confined in the old Capitol building, with a request that they be inserted in the Dispatch. We have already published a full list, but nevertheless comply with the request. The names are Messrs. Fiquet, Walker, and Paulding, from Alabama; Messrs. Branch Eastman. Barrow, and Garrett, of the Oglethorpe Light Infantry, Savannah, Ga.; and Dr. Humphreys, of the 8th Georgia Regiment. The letter further states that the ladies of Washington are doing all in their power to promote the comfort of the prisoners, of whom there are about 80 in all.