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rom Washington. From the Washington Star, of the 19th, we extract the following items: Prisoners to be discharged. Yesterday, by direction of the Department, Justice Donn visited the prison of the old Capitol, and administered the oath not to bear arms against the Government during the war to the following prisoners:--J. W. Brant, J. B. Buckley, Randolph T. Gray, T. A. Hammer, James Kershaw, A. T. Holmes, W. C. Rapphers, of Ga; Wm. Davis, N. C.; Jas. Silks, S. C.; J. S. Burk, J. W. Davis, J. D. Howard, J. O. Perkins, Wm. A. Prince, Robt. Paulding, J. S. Walker, of Ala.; Thos. Hart, M. T. O'Keete, of La.; Richard T. Poole, J. B. Driscoll, H. H. Knott, Samuel E. Vaden, A. C. Landstreet, Edgar M. Haycock, Wm. Mallon, J. T. Moss, A. G. Tyler, of Va., and Geo. Howard, of Md. The other prisoners signified their desire to take the oath of allegiance, which will be administered in due time. The second fight at Santa Rosa — further particulars. It was mentioned yesterday