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General Butler, it is said, has promised to make good the State bounty out of his own pocket, if the Governor refuses to pay it. Refusal of Mayor Brown and Mr. Winder to accept Yankee Overturns. The Boston Advertiser, of Wednesday, the 15th inst., says. Yesterday an order was sent to the fort to allow Mayor Brown of Baltimore, an additional furlough of ninety days. An order was also forwarded for the release of W. H. Winder, of Baltimore, upon taking the oath of allegiance, Capt. Jones, who carried down the orders, reported upon his return that Mayor Brown refused to accept the furlough, inasmuch as he was restricted from going south of the Hudson river, and that Mr. Winder refused to take the oath of allegiance. Discharged Confederate prisoners. We take the following paragraph from the Baltimore American, of the 15th inst. The most of the gentlemen referred to have arrived at Norfolk by way of a flag of truce: For several days past a number of Confede