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e of all Confederate prisoners in the United States, and it is said there will be thirty thousand at Point Look out Md., within three weeks. The Federal Government adheres to its purpose that no exchange shall take place except through Butler. The Philadelphia Inquirer says we imagine the rebel authorities are now heartily ashamed of the ridiculous pretence of outlawry which they made the cause of suspending the exchange, on the just plan of man for man, commenced by Butler. Archbishop Hughes is dead. Great honors were being paid his remains in New York. His funeral was to take place last Thursday. A majority of both Houses of Congress, it is said, are in favor of removing the capital from Washington, to some point, Northward, and the change is about being seriously discussed. A special to the Cincinnati Commercial says that a delegation of prominent citizens of Arkansas had arrived there, en route to Washington, to arrange for Arkansas to resume her position in