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hed their main lines. In vain our men shouted to them to stop; the more they were called to the faster they run. Their number was ten times that of our party, who bore the flag of truce. Our boys, seeing their efforts to stop them vain, indulged in the most hilarious mirth, and quietly followed on. The Federals who thus fled, without taking time to look back, was a part of the First Wisconsin Regiment. Brave boys, truly! Probable captured by the enemy. The Savannah News, of the 21st inst., says: Mr. James A. Barron, of this city, with a man by the name of Jesse Ayres, formerly of Philadelphia, left the city on Wednesday afternoon last, intending to spend the night ducking. Their intention was to obtain a ducking boat at Fig Island light, and proceed to the opposite shore, but not to go below Fort Jackson, to hunt ducks in the river and creeks, and return in the morning. As they have not been seen or heard of since Wednesday evening, it is feared that they were captu
Monroe on the Constitution, had been disembarked there, under permission of General Wool, and allowed to refresh themselves after their two weeks voyage, by marching for several hours on terra firma. Miscellaneous. In New York, on the 21st inst., Virginia 6's sold at 50 a 50½; Tennessee 6's, 48½ a 44½ North Carolina 6's, 62; Missouri 6's, 42 a 42½. Thomas L. Price, elected to fill the vacancy from the Fifth Congressional district of Missouri, occasioned by the expulsion of Reid, rl the vacancy from the Fifth Congressional district of Missouri, occasioned by the expulsion of Reid, rebel, was on the 21st inst. sworn in as a member of the House. The Federal Treasury Department has stopped payment of a claim of Calhoun Benham for ten thousand dollars, for services alleged to have been rendered the Government at San Francisco, California. Colonel John Jacob Astor, who, as reported, resigned his position in General McClellan's staff, has withdrawn his resignation
Mysterious disappearance. --A correspondent from Grayson county, writing us under date of the 21st inst., states that Robert P. Baker, Sheriff of the county, left home about the 20th December to visit Richmond, for the purpose of paying in the revenue of the county, and has not been heard from since he left Wytheville; nor has the revenue been paid in according to information received from the Auditor on the State. Much conjecture is indulged in by the people of the county as to the cause of his mysterious disappearance.--Lynchburg Rep. 23d