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From Norfolk.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Va., Aug. 13, 1861. An immense crowd gathered at the Norfolk and Petersburg depot yesterday morning, to witness the arrival of a number of prisoners from Richmond. A detachment of the Richmond Grays were present to escort them to the steamer Kahukee, which was to convey them to the steamer Minnesota, off Old Point where they were to be relieved on parole of honor. There were twenty-three prisoners, including one woman, whose appearance betokened anything but cleanliness. During the passage, they conversed with our men, and spoke favorably of the kindness they had received from our people — Before leaving our steamer all shook hands with those on board, with the exception of one Surgeon, whose haughty demeanor implied a contempt of feeling for those around him. Having landed them on the Minnesota, our little steamer steamed for home; but she had not got much headway before a little incident occurred which, for
Contributions for the sick and wounded.Depot Army Committee, Y. M. C. A., Richmond, Aug. 13, 1861. To the Editors of the Dispatch: Permit me to acknowledge through your paper the following contributions in money and supplies for sick and wounded soldiers, received by the Army Committee Y. M. C. A.: By cash from Mr. D. Turner, Richmond,$5 By cash from Mr. Wm. Horne, of Essex,20 By cash from Mr. O Andrews, at American Hotel50 By cash from citizens of Milton, N. C., and vicinity161 Received through Burton & Greenhow, from Mrs. Pettus, of Cumberland C. H, 1 box of sundries; received through Dr. Capers, from South Carolina, 2 boxes wines, 1 barrel rice and 1 box sundries; received through Mr. Samuel Donnan, from Petersburg, 1 lot chickens; received through Mr. R. H. Meade, from the ladies of Amelia, 20 pairs yarn socks, received from the St. Paul's Relief Society, of Caroline county, 1 box wearing apparel, &c.; received from Mr. A Hilliard and family, and Miss Pe