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n her brains out. At 11 o'clock at night the wounded girl was out of danger, the ball having been extracted from her body. The prisoner says he has plenty of money, is a cousin of Secretary Seward, and resides with Mr. James Farley, No. 56 Norton st. He was very sure that "this affair would, may-be, finish up the concert saloon business." Reports of refugees. The steamer King Phillip has arrived at Washington from the lower river, bringing up four refugees from Richmond and Westmoreland counties. Va., who come off from Kinsale on Saturday last. They state that the rebels are pressing every male between the ages of eighteen and forty-five into the service, and they had been closely hunted by the press range for a week or two. The rebels have mostly, left the neighborhood of Loudoun, but a few squads of their cavalry roam the country, impressing into the service all able to bear arms. The four refugees state that they are natives of that section--one being an old fa