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ne of the persons on board enjoyed the long and rough passage of one week between New York and Boston. The procession to Fort Warren. From the Boston correspondent of the New York Herald we make the following extracts: The dock is a quarter of a mile from the fort and when the party landed several officers were in waiting to receive the prisoners. After their "traps" were on shore, the Commissioners were escorted to the fort in the following. Order of procession. Marshal Murray and Ambassador Slidell. Lieutenant Fairfax and Ambassador Mason. Secretary Eustis. Deputy Marshal Sampson. Secretary MacFarlane Officers from the fort, Police from the fort, In charge of the following "traps" belonging to the Commissioners, which were conveyed in two carts: Six or eight trunks, six valises, several cases of brandies, wines and liquors, a dozen or more boxes of cigars, two casks (pints and quarts) of bottled Stolen are. The imposing pro