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Confiscations in Washington. --In addition to those already mentioned in this paper are the following cases of confiscation of property in Washington city: The Marshal of the District of Columbia has seized the real and personal estate of the following-named individuals: C. W. C. Dunnington, Dr. Cornelius Boyle, Dr. Garnett, (son-in-law of Governor Wise) Edward A. Pollard, Major' C. S. Wallach, Lawyer Ratcliffe, Francis Hanno, Commodore Forrest, William Shields, Edward M. Clark, Martin L. Smith, Samuel Lee, and several others. Gen. Carrington, United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, is rapidly maturing legal proceedings against the property of all persons who have left their homes and joined the so-called Southern Confederacy. The Marshal of the District seized the following property of persons in rebel service, under the provisions of the Confiscation act. The whole square, five hundred and ninety, with the exception of lot No. 5, situated between Delaw