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prisoner at Richmond, had an interview with the President and Secretary Seward yesterday, and it has been determined to place the rebel privateers, now in New York and Philadelphia, upon a footing of prisoners of war. An order has been issued removing them to military prisons, with a view to their exchange for citizens of the United States incarcerated in the South. This important and humane course on the part of the Government may result in the return of Colonels Corcoran, Lee, Cogswell, Woodruff, Wilcox, Rodgers, and the other officers now held as hostages for these privateers. A general exchange of all the prisoners will, it is believed, speedily follow. The interview of Mr. Ely, in conjunction with several of his associates, members of the house of Representatives, was not only interesting, but is described as affecting. Lieutenant Edward Connolly, of the Sixty ninth New York regiment, a prisoner of war has arrived from Columbia, South Carolina, and was present at the inte