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Exchange of prisoners.

The report that the Hon. Charles J. Faulkner had been released from his imprisonment at Fort Warren, on parole, preparatory to his exchange for Congressman Ely, is confirmed. A Washington telegram of the 5th instant, says that Mr. F. ‘"will proceed immediately South, and procure a similar release of Mr. Ely. If not successful in that errand, he has pledged himself to return to custody in thirty days."’ We also learn that the gallant Captain DeLagnel has been exchanged for the Federal Captain Ricketts, who was wounded in the battle of Manassas and taken prisoner.

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