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selections, if they will confer with the Union people of that vicinity.
The renowned Christ Church, in which Washington and his family worshipped, is opened for Divine service at 11 A. M. and 2 P. M. every Sabbath.
The public are always welcome.
A day or two since we had a sale of wagons and horses from rebeldom.
The former sold for from seven to thirty dollars--damaged horses brought seventy dollars, mares sixty-five to seventy dollars, and colts thirty dollars--to be sent to Pennsylvania.
The sale was then stopped.
Sick and wounded at Alexandria.
Alexandria is becoming like Washington — a vast hospital.
Six hundred of the wounded from the battle of Slaughter's Mountain have already arrived there, and 500 more are at Manassas and will arrive to-night.
Eight hundred convalescents have been within three days forwarded to other hospitals or sent to their regiments, and 500 or 600 more will be similarly disposed of. In all the hospitals of Alexandria — a dozen or m