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Sad affair. --In New York, on the 22d inst., Mrs. John Duey committed suicide by drowning. Deceased had lost five out of her six children, who had died within the past year, and their loss so affected her that she frequently talked of dying, so that she might go to her little ones.
Seizure of stores. --In Georgetown, D. C., on the 22d inst., the Lincolnites detained 150 barrels of flour upon a schooner lying at the wharf. These were consigned to Jamieson, baker in Alexandria, Virginia, but it was expected that they were to go further. Twenty eight barrels of Government pork and beef and some Government harness were detained at Grimes' store, near the Aqueduct, on the canal. A hundred and fifty sacks of salt were also detained on a canal boat.
rom the Memphis Appeal of Sunday last, corresponds with reports which have been in circulation here: An Arkansian, who reached this city yesterday, direct from General Lee's command in Western Virginia, reports that he had completely surrounded Gen. Rosencrantz within the vicinity of Beverly, and that the chances pointed strongly to the probability of his capture. This statement is corroborated by the following significant paragraph which we clip from the Cincinnati Gazette, of the 22th inst., received on yesterday by express: "We have the very best authority for saying that Gen. Rosencrantz stands in need of more men. The reasons for this appeal need not be given.--There are obvious reasons why they should not be stated. It is enough to know that there is a want, and the patriots of the West are relied upon to supply it." The Nashville Gazette says: Information has been received to the effect that a detachment of Gen. Lee's command seized a train of twenty-four