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Beginning Christmas in advance.

--The following persons were arrested and locked up by the military police on Saturday and yesterday: James Burk, of the Twelfth United States infantry, for being drunk and without a pass; Thomas Reardon, for being drunk, was locked up, but afterwards released; William Crowther, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts regiment, for being drunk and without a pass; William More, of Clover station, on the Danville railroad, for being drunk in the streets, but was released by Captain Ford; James Dunbar, for being drunk, but released by Captain Ford on account of sickness.

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