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ce December, except by the druggists on physicians prescriptions. From Washington. A telegram from Washington says that Mr. Mackintosh, U. S. military telegraph line builder, and Frank H. Lamb, operator, were captured by the rebels at Front Royal. The same dispatch says: This morning 159 of the rebel prisoners recently captured at Front Royal arrived in the boat from Alexandria, which place they had reached by railroad. They were captured by the Rhode Island cavalry, and belongFront Royal arrived in the boat from Alexandria, which place they had reached by railroad. They were captured by the Rhode Island cavalry, and belonged to the Georgia Tigers and the Twelfth Virginia Regiment. We noticed among them several Irishmen. With the exception of probably about a dozen, they were the most uncouth, ragged looking party we ever saw. There was not, apparently, three shirts in the whole crowd. Several of them carried in their hands very pretty bouquets, which had been presented to them by their sympathizing friends in Alexandria. While they were passing along the Avenue, guarded by a squadron of Second Pennsy