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e volunteers, says that in his tour he received several from slaves, and that, too, without hesitation or without being asked, the new blankets given them by their masters for winter use. Are not such donations more patriotic than those of the richest white men? As soon as this fact became known, the "poor, down-trodden slaves" were doubly compensated for their temporary deprivation. The news from the Potomac — injury to the Pawnee Confirmed. The Fredericksburg Recorder, of the 23d inst. says: We have advices from Evansport covering all that has happened since our last issue up to a late hour yesterday. As yet the river is not effectually closed against small crafts, many of them being of such light burthen as to be able to pass the batteries safely by running in shallow water close to the Maryland shore. No large vessel, war or merchantman has, however, attempted to lift the blockade, and we rather suspect they will hardly dare to do so single handed. But the vi