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e further says that this agent assistants in forwarding recruits to various landings, and that at Herring Creek there was a minister acting as a Southern spy. Capt. Budd, of the Resolute, it appears, broke up the depot at Herring Creek, at the mouth of the Machoadoc, in Virginia. On going to the creek, he was fired at with muskroyed the premises and captured a large boat. He found there a party of Secessionists from Maryland, sheltered in a house, but they soon escaped to the woods. Capt. Budd and party chased them for a mile, but owing to superior fleetness they soon got beyond the reach of harm. The captain then took the "contraband" of Colonel Brcruits. Of course, his property used for these purposes is confiscated. The foreman of the "contraband," it is added, a remarkably intelligent negro, informed Capt. Budd that an expedition is organized in Machoadoc to capture any of the schooners which are anchored or becalmed in that vicinity. Lieut. Mygath, of the steamer