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From Norfolk. another flag of truce — Affairs in Hampton roads — direct foreign trade — internal improvements [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Sept.11 The steamer Arrow, with a flag of truce, proceeded to Old Point yesterday carrying down the captain, mate, and seven of the crew of the ship John Carver, recently captured by the privateer Jeff. Davis, and burns at sea. The remainder of the crew of the J. C. have been shipped in the Confederate service. There are at anchor in Hampton Boards the frigates Minnesota, Wabash and Potomac, one corvette and several gun-boats. The hotels here continue to be well patronized. There is considerable travel on the railroads terminating here. Occasionally some troops come in, too, from States a little further South. In some of the Southern seaport cities active measures have been taken, and arrangements are in progress, relative to the establishment of direct foreign trades as soon as the blockad<
The Recent Engagement in Kentucky between Confederate Batteries and Federal vessels. We make the subjoined extract from a letter in the Memphis (Tenn.) Appeal of Sept. 11, dated Hickman, Ky., Sept. 5th. I suppose that long before this reaches you, the telegraph will have informed you of our movements in this direction, and, also of our little semi-naval engagement of yesterday, between one of our gunboats, Capt. Hamilton's and Capt. Jackson's batteries, and two of Lincoln's practical craft, which of late, have been cruising about from below this point to Cairo and Paducah. As this incident was initiatory of what may prove a bloody conflict in this section of our military operations, and withal was somewhat interesting and exciting, I will endeavor to relate the circumstances of the fight as correctly as possible. A little after 12 o'clock yesterday, General Chestham, who has command of the forces here, received a telegraphic dispatch, from Columbus, stating that