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Prison Items. --On Saturday, Henry S. Mumford, of Baltimore, was committed to the military prison of the Eastern district, by order of Gen. Winder, as a suspicious character. George Simmons, 1st Delaware Reg't, co G, a Yankee deserter; Wm. Shafer of the Caskie Rangers, a deserter, and J. F. Kirby, a supposed spy, were also put in the same prison. Thomas Bradford, arrested for trial before Court-Martial for selling liquor, was paroled for his appearance.
Sent on --Thomas Curry, a youth about 17 years of age, charged with forging a pay roll, was examined before C. S. Com'r Watson, on Saturday, and sent on to the District Court for final trial.
Brought to Richmond. --Seventy paroled Confederate soldiers, most of them disabled, arrived in Richmond from Atkins Landing yesterday. At that time there were three Yankee boats lying there, viz: John A. Warner, Express, and Hugh Hamilton.
Fire. --The alarm of fire given at 2" o'clock yesterday was caused by the burning partially, if not wholly, of three wooden tenements on 1st, near St. Peter's street, owned by Mr. Wm Wade, and occupied respectively by Wm. Ferguson, of the City Watch; S. P. Clopton, of New Kent, and John O'Brien. The fire originated in the tenement used by the last named as a grocery. He saved the greater portion of his stock. The occupants of the two other tenements also succeeded in rescuing their furniture. An adjoining house, occupied by Mrs. Mary Arnold, was also slightly damaged.