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Captain Mott ascertained the fact, that the rebel picket lines have been removed considerably inside from where they were a short time ago. The rejection of Mr. Segar's claim to a seat in the House of representatives from Virginia. The rejection of the claim of Col. Joseph Segar to a seat in Congress, as the representative Col. Joseph Segar to a seat in Congress, as the representative of the 1st district in Virginia, was reported against by the Committee on Elections entirely on technical grounds, the election being altogether informal in reference to the recognised requirements. In concluding, the Committee pay a just compliment to Col. Segar, and allude to the gratifying evidence laid before them of the esteeCol. Segar, and allude to the gratifying evidence laid before them of the esteem in which he is held in the district, and the testimonials of patriotic gentlemen to his great services in behalf of the Union cause, and to the belief that he would be most acceptable to the Union voters of the district as their representative, but that this is not evidence of an election, and was not offered as such, but rather