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Latest from the North. Confederate privateersmen to be treated as prisoners of war when taken! General exchange of prisoners.&c., &c., &c., [special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Norfolk, Va., Feb. 4. --The flag-of-truce boat to-day brings news from Washington of yesterday, stating that it has been decided by the Federal Government to consider all captured Confederate privateersmen as prisoners of war, and as such to be exchanged for the hostages in our custody. A general exchange of all prisoners will probably be negotiated by the Federal Government. [second Dispatch.] Norfolk, Feb. 4. --Northern papers, dated Feb. 2d, have been received here. Considerable anxiety existed in Washington on Sunday, in relation to the supposed hostile attitude of England, and the probability of a war growing out of the Trent difficulty; but it is said that Seward regards the restoration of friendly relations between his Government and that of Britain fina
From Norfolk. the Lincoln spying commissioners at Fortress Monroe--they Can't come over — the Yankee Government and Napoleon — case of M. De Bebian. Norfolk, Feb. 4, --There is no doubt that the special spying commissioners appointed to visit the South, are at Fortress Monroe, but there is not the slightest probability that our Government will permit them to visit the Confederate States. Among the persons recently arrived here by flag of truce from Fortress Monroe, was Mr. de Bebian, of Wilmington, N. C. He was arrested last summer at the North and confined in Fort Lafayette. Through the interference of the French Minister, he was released, but he was refused permission to return to Wilmington. He then obtained a a passport to go to Europe, but Mr. Seward endorsed on it, "It is understood Mr. de Bebian is not to enter into any of the insurrectionary States." He went to Paris and had an interview with the Emperor Napoleon and showed him Mr. Seward's endor
From the coast — probable engagement. Augusta, Feb. 4, --A private letter, written last evening in Savannah, and received here this morning, states that heavy firing was heard in the direction of New river, on the South Carolina side, on Mts Destination — Destruction of Property by the Yankees — Arrival of Gen. Beauregard at Nashville, &c., &c. Norfolk,Feb. 4,--The fleet at Old Point went to sea to-day, Southward bound. It is believed that it is destined to co-operate with the Burnside or the fleet on the South Carolina and Georgia coasts. Augusta,Feb. 4.--The Charleston Mercury, of to-day, says that the firing heard on yesterday was at Red Bluff. The enemy destroyed the houses in that neighborhood.--Nobody was hurtThe heavy rains last night and to-day interfered with the usual preparations for the reception of Gen. B. Nashville,Feb. 4.--No operator at the telegraph office in this city sent any dispatch to the Savannah Republican stating that Gen. Price h<