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From Washington.

Washington, July 16.
--Secretary Seward has made a demand upon the Spanish Government, through the Minister here, for a surrender of the prizes carried to the Island of Cuba by the privateer Sumter.

Lord Lyons has called the attention of the Lincoln Government to the fact that private parties have been allowed to run the blockade on the Chesapeake Bay.

A dispatch has been received at the Mexican Legation which announces the deaths of O. Campo and Gen. De Gallado.

The Army Appropriation bill has passed the Senate.

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