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and in going out of the church made a misstep and fell, breaking his left knee. The injuries were dressed, and the Bishop sent to his home, in Burlington. He will be probably laid up three or four months from the effects of the injury. Surgeon Wheeler, Twenty-fourth regiment, at Richmond, Va., returns to Surgeon-General Dale a list of Massachusetts soldiers who died while prisoners of war at Richmond. He says the graves of all are marked, so that their bodies can be recovered. General Mulford informed him that, on the evacuation of the city, the registry of the prisons was lost or carried off by some person unknown. Governor Bramlette on Monday sent a message to the Kentucky Legislature, recommending that all the State indictments against citizens for treason be dismissed, and that the law to confine them in the penitentiary be repealed. He argues that the General Government takes cognizance of their crimes, and tries or pardons, as it sees. A vigorous discussion