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relieve the necessities of the Federal prisoners confined in the South. Both Commissioners have accepted, and will accompany a number of prisoners to Fortress Monroe. Gen. Siegel's resignation has not been accepted. He will remain in the service of the United States Government. The House Committee have decided to report against abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia. The House Committee on Roads say that railroad facilities between New York and Washington will be speedily increased. The army is suffering for supplies, and a new line is proposed via Jersey City, Easton, and Philadelphia. Bills have been offered reducing the expenses in both branches of Congress two hundred and fifty thousand dollars annually. The Danish bark Jurgen, from Rio, bound for Havana, with five thousand bags of coffee, was seized on the morning of the 25th inst. by the Federal ship Morning Star, and ordered to Philadelphia. There has been a destructive fire at Boston.