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tly sent to the British Consul at Baltimore, or the British Minister at Washington and that any aid that might be desired would be cheerfully furnished by our vessels. Mr. Myers is an open and avowed Secessionist, and the refusal of his request was a wise precaution. A gentleman representing himself to have been a Captain in the recent German legion raised by the British Government, was sent in under a flag of truce to Newport News, last night. He was permitted to go North to-day. A Mrs. Gwyn, who travels considerably on this route, was permitted to go to Norfolk yesterday, as were also a Mrs. Ellis and her daughter, from North Carolina. The General is inclined to be a good deal more rigid than he has been hitherto in regard to these matters. I wrote you on Tuesday of the capture of some letters, found at a picket guard of the rebels which was surprised, at Little Bethel, by one of our scouting parties, the day before. I learn that among them was one from a person who h