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he point of the pier, and respectfully came to a "present arms" when the officers passed. At headquarters two black guards halted us until the colored orderly announced the privilege of an interview with Col. Grovener, of the Corps d' Afrique, Military and Civil Governor of Ship Island. This distinguished personage boasted of being an original Abolitionist and New Hampshire editor, and during our sojourn in his province inquired as to his future prospects of confiscating the Register and Advertiser, and establishing a creditable Yankee journal, the prospectus of which is hereby announced to our readers with the title, (appropriately selected from the Feejee language,) " When you the title" We were quartered in a comfortable shanty with some other prisoners, and had the privilege of drawing rations and purchasing from the sutler, and informed that New Orleans was our destination by the first mail boat, which, whatever fate might henceforth have in store for us, was welcome intell