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n coffee, which is a very superior article; is now selling in this city at from 40 to 50 cts. per lb. Rio coffee, it is probable, will soon be brought from Mexico in large quantities and at lower figures. The supply can be increased to any quantity required by the market, and we are informed ample arrangements to that effect have been made. From the Eastern Shore of Virginia — Stampede of citizens — outrages. The Norfolk correspondent of the Petersburg Express, writing under date of Jan. 9th, says: A perfect stampede has taken place among the people of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, and all who can possibly do so are trying to get away. The following persons were drowned on the first day of January, while attempting their escape in an open boat:--Isaac Smith, Wesley Smith, John Moore and Ben. Ward. Unlimited licenses is allowed to the negroes, and only a few days ago one of the first ladies of Accomac was whipped by her once favorite servant. High prices f
ht to that city by flag of truce. Mr. T. O. Wise, produce dealer, of Norfolk, has received the Philadelphia Inquirer of the 10th instant. The Inquirer published a dispatch from Washington, which states that General McClellan is worse. A dispatch dated Albany, the 9th instant, says that a resolution was that day introduced into the New York Legislature, requesting the Washington Cabinet to inaugurate a system for the mutual exchange of prisoners. A dispatch dated Washington, January 9, says it is hinted in diplomatic circles, that a war with England is inevitable, and it is probable that the next ocean steamer will bring the news of the recognition of the Southern Confederacy. It is reported, on the Avenue, that most important dispatches are coming by the steamer Canada, and that the Government has received the purport of them by telegraph. There is a heavy pressure from the North on the inactive state of the army of the Potomac. There are fresh rumors to-day of d