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committee have concluded not to recommend any modification of the demand note bill, already reported. More Confederate prisoners brought into camp — how the Secessionists carry information to the enemy. Washington, Jan. 15. --Six more prisoners were yesterday brought within the lines of General Heintzelman's division. They were captured on Mason's Neck, a mile and a half from Colchester, which is on the Occoquon, by the Sixty-third Pennsylvania Regiment, Colonel Hayes, in General Jameson's brigade. The regiment has just returned from picket duty on the extreme left of our lines and front of the division. These make a dozen prisoners taken by the regnant with in the last few days. Those arrested yesterday are Forrest Olden, John Heister, his brother, his son, William Hicks, and A. C. Landstreet. This Landstreet is the same who was captured by some of our soldiers at Falls Church in July last. He was then a member of Capt. Edward Powell's Virginia cavalry company