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Departure of prisoners of War. Four Federal officers, who have been in captivity for more than twelve months, took their departure from the military prison in this city yesterday morning for Varina, there to be transferred to the officials representing the United States Government, under the terms of the cartel. They are Col. Michael Corcoran, of the 69th New York; Col. O. B. Wilcox, of the 1st Michigan; Col. Bowman, of the 8th Pennsylvania; and Maj. Vogdes, of the U. S. regular army. These officers, who, it will be remembered, were held as hostages for the safety of our privateersmen, were sent away by special permission; and of the number so held, only two now remain--Lt. Col. Neff, of the 1st Kentucky regiment, and Maj. J. D. Potter, of the 38th New York volunteers. They have been in captivity for more than thirteen months, and are now retained only until the necessary papers can be made out. There are, we understand, twenty-eight Federal officers, taken at the battle of M
his rather summary action, and excuse himself if he can.--Henrietta Tipton, colored female, charged with stealing $59 from Jesse, slave of Dr. M Burton, was examined and sent before the Hustings Court for final trial.--Joe Richards, colored, was arraigned on the complaint of his brother, Warren, who charged him with threatening to knock his brains out with a club. The belligerent got an order entitling him to 15 lashes.--Edward Augur on Thursday night constituted himself a great bore to Jos. Bowman by discharging a gun in the direction of his person. Augur was required to give $150 security to be of better behavior in future.--Delia Reynolds, charged with breaking down Matilda Sprowl's door, was acquitted.--Levi Benedict, who has been often fined for huckstering, was again summoned up for a similar offence, and fined $50--Christian Stevens was fined $5 for huckstering.--Margaret Misco, arrested for assaulting and beating Wm. Hulscher, was required to give $200 surely to restrain he