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at the residence of Mr. Apperson, in New Kent county, on the 6th of July, reached this city last night from Fort Delaware. He came up the river yesterday with all the released Confederate prisoners from Fort Delaware, some four thousand in number, and landed at Aiken's about 5 o'clock in the afternoon. After his capture he was taken to Williamsburg, where he remained for a week, when he was sent down to the Rip Raps, and from thence to Fort Delaware, where he was confined until the 30th of July. The second day after his arrival at the fort a number of prisoners were drawn up in line and a demand made for their money, the information being conveyed to them that $15 only would be allowed each prisoner. The next day the thing was repeated, and the amount allowed reduced to $5. In this way a large amount was taken from the prisoners, none of which was ever returned. Their watches were also taken and not restored. During the imprisonment at Fort Delaware, Messrs. Hitchcock and
e been taken from North Carolina and Savannah to reinforce Jackson. The only men drawn from Beauregard's army for the defence of Richmond were the 47th and 48th Alabama regiments. Philadelphia, Aug. 1.--A letter from Fortress Monroe, dated July 30, to the Inquirer, says: Com. Porter's fleet, in part consisting of the following vessels, arrived and came to anchor in the Roads early this morning: Matthew Vassar, George Manchan, T. A. Ware, Adolph Hugel, Daniel Smith, Wm. Bacon, ano the National Government, which "our misguided Southern brethren" have, organized, will not only make them expensive relatives to their contemporaries, but cause their memories to be very dear to posterity? Affairs in New York. New York, July 30. --"Must come to drafting, sir, and the sooner the better for all concerned," said a prominent and popular recruiting officer to me this morning. He continued: "You see, sir, there are men enough all ready to enlist, waiting, and holding b