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re the close of another month. Clothing and blankets to be furnished the Union prisoners in Virginia. A few weeks ago the Secretary of War authorized General Wool to ascertain whether clothing, and other articles necessary to the comfort of United States citizens, now prisoners of war, could be sent to them. The followi to pay the freight here, or may be paid on delivery. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Benjamin Huger, Major General Commanding Department. Major General John E. Wool, Commanding Department of Virginia. The Quartermaster General of the United States will provide blankets and clothing for the prisoners of war, and forward them. through Gen. Wool, in accordance with the terms of the letter from Gen. Huger. It is further ascertained that this arrangement has been accomplished without compromising the Government whatever. Important arrests in St. Mart's county. Md., The Washington telegraphic correspondence of the Herald M The