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ligious music of its churches. General Butler has changed the sentence of the soldier who was to work two years on the Dutch Gap canal to imprisonment for life. The grade of vice-admiral has been created in the Yankee navy, and Farragut appointed to fill it. His rank, compared with the land service, equals that of a lieutenant general. Thermometer at Burlington, Vermont, fifteen degrees below zero. Only five Revolutionary pensioners are now living. United States Senator Carlile (from West Virginia) does not reside in the State he pretends to represent. Mrs. Hutchins, recently sentenced to five years imprisonment in the Fitchburg (Massachusetts) House of Correction for attempting to send a sword to Major Harry Gilmore, has been released by order of Lincoln and arrived in Baltimore. William J. Fish, of the First Connecticut cavalry, late provost-marshal of Baltimore, who was sentenced to the Albany penitentiary for one year, and to pay a fine of $5,000