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LIEUTENANT CAREY. The Central News" telegraphs that final arrange- ments have been made for the confinement of Lieut. Carey on his return to England. On the arrival of the Euphrates at Portsmouth, Lieutenant Carey will be taken in a cab, in charge of another officer, to Anglesea Barracks, where the 12th Regiment is sta- tioned, and where a suite of rooms in the officers quarters has been prepared for his reception. The accommodation provided will be of a comfortable character, and such as is consistent for an officer to receive. Carey will be confined to these quarters with this exception, that he will be allowed to walk in the large exercise ground in front of the officers' quarters and completely walled in. It was on this account Anglesea Barracks was selected, as no other place in the garrison would permit of his taking ex- ercise within the barracks precincts with the privacy and seclusion from public gaze such as the quarters selected will afford. Carey is expected to remain there until the whole question has been settled and the final decision of the authorities on the subject of his sentence, or whether any punishment is to be in. flicted, is made known.

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