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Carried to the Penitentiary. --Henry Myers, Deputy Marshal of the Eastern District, yesterday lodged in the Penitentiary of Virginia a man named Anne Jackson, a former mail carrier of Campbell county, who was on the 14th of February found guilty, before Judge Halyburton, of depredating on the mail, and fined one dollar by a jury. On yesterday the Judge sentenced him to three years imprisonment at hard labor in the Penitentiary, and he was accordingly taken to his future place of abode.
, at the North End, where they took the Argo, and in an hour were at the gates of Fort Warren. The prisoners appeared very little concerned at the demonstration at the depot. Tilghman, if appearances were not deceptive, appeared to rather enjoy it. He did not, perhaps, expect such a cordial reception. Buckner hardly enjoyed the thing, fearing possibly that the attentions might reach a point of violence, of which there was no danger and no intention. They are not of sufficient account for a Boston crowd to seriously trouble. Federal Congress. In the Senate, on Tuesday, the Confiscation bill was taken up, and Messrs. McDougall, of California, and Cowan, of Pennsylvania, spoke in opposition to it. Nothing important transpired in the House. Operations in Missouri. Gen. Halleck, in his dispatches, claims "seven brilliant skirmishes" in thirteen days in Missouri and Arkansas, commencing at Springfield on the 14th February, and ending at Fayetteville on the 27th.