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and have as often urged the doctrine of retaliation. We now call the attention of our authorities to a brief statement of facts, in relation to an officer of the Confederate Navy. Acting Lieutenant A. G. Hudgins, of the Confederate steamer "Sumter," has been confined in the "Tombs," New York, in a cell 9 feet long. Lieut. Hudgins was the first midshipman from Virginia who resigned from the U. S. Naval Academy on the 4th of March--He immediately went South and offered his services to Secretary Mallory, who promptly commissioned him in the Confederate service. Ordered to report in New Orleans, he ran the blockade of the Brooklyn on the 20th June.Being sent in charge of one of the prizes captured by the "Sumter," he himself, with prize crew, was taken by one of the U. S. steamers, and has been incarcerated in a felon's cell since the 22d of July. He is a regular commissioned officer of the C. S. Navy, and our Government should demand his release or exchange, in default of which doubl