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, an officer must be discharged within eight days of his arrest, or have a copy of the charges against him put in his hands. As to the prisoners, one, a major, says he has been confined for five months, and has tried in vain to learn the charges against him. He did not say the War Department is responsible for these abuses, or even knew of them. They might be traced to its subordinates. The motion to reconsider the vote by which the resolution was passed was laid on the table--135 to 5--Cobb, Eckley. McBride, Spaulding and Stevens voting in the negative. From Grants army. A telegram from Grant's army dated the 16th, says: A number of deserters came into our lines from in front of Petersburg last night. They bring important news, if it is to be relied on. They say that the Danville railroad, between Danville and Greensboro', a distance of forty-five miles, has been destroyed by recent heavy rains, and that every culvert and bridge has been carried away, and that L