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Major' C. S. Wallach, Lawyer Ratcliffe, Francis Hanno, Commodore Forrest, William Shields, Edward M. Clark, Martin L. Smith, Samuel Lee, and several others. Gen. Carrington, United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, is rapidly maturing legal proceedings against the property of all persons who have left their homes and nd ninety, with the exception of lot No. 5, situated between Delaware avenue and Second street, west of H and I streets, both belonging to General Lee. General Carrington (the well-known Capt. Carrington, formerly of this city,) enjoys very much his official privilege of despoiling the property of his former fellow-citizens. streets, both belonging to General Lee. General Carrington (the well-known Capt. Carrington, formerly of this city,) enjoys very much his official privilege of despoiling the property of his former fellow-citizens. There is a sort of infernal satisfaction derived by the unfaithful from inflicting injury upon the faithful.