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Selling a passport. --It would seem that the inventive genius of the people was equal to any emergency, by their constantly discovering new sources of revenue. On Monday, Capt Maccubbin, of the Provost Marshal's police, caused to be arrested and lodged in jail two youths, giving the names of Kelley and Connell, for selling to a paroled C. S. soldier a pass they had obtained to go to Petersburg. They obtained the passport on speculation and disposed of it at a considerable advance on prime cost to the soldier, who, it appears, was more anxious to go home than report at Camp Lee for duty. The enterprising youths are to be tried for their offence, one which, no doubt, if the truth was known, has often heretofore been practiced with impunity.