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pit women, and many so either from sickness or old age. There is a very large number of children among the "contrabands" that are thus supported by the Government, some of the women having eight or nine. There has been much sickness among them, and a considerable proportion have died. Most of those capable of being hired out have get places, but those women with small children of course find difficulty in getting homes. A goodly number, mostly men, have shipped to It is understood that Duff Green's Row is to be prepared and converted into a hospital. Charges against Gen. Mitchell. The Washington Star says: We learn that Col. Norton, recently in the service under Gen, Mitchell, having reached here some days ago bearing the formal charges against Gen. Mitchell, was yesterday examined at length before the Committee on the Conduct of the War with reference to them. It is said to day that these charges allege that he refused to take any notice whatever of rapes com