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ward's Ferry — the Federal loss at ball's Bluff-- capture of a Brig by a Confederate privateer — affairs at Fortress Monroe, &c. At a late hour last night we were placed in possession of files of the Northern papers as late as Saturday last, 24th instant, certainly later than any date which had been received in this city an to that time. Below will be found our summary of news taken from their columns: The retreat of the Federals from Edward's Ferry. The special Washington correspo steering to the Eastward. The Granada was built at Cape Elizabeth, Maine, in 1856, rated A2, 255 tons burthen, and was owned or consigned to Thomas Owen & Son, of this city. The Privateersmen of the Savannah. The New York Post, of the 24th inst., has the following in regard to the trial of the captain and crew of the privateer Savannah: The trial of the privateermen of the Savannah was resumed this morning in the United States Circuit Court in this city. The court-room was cr