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From Norfolk. the recent Raid upon Accomac and Northampton — letter of gratitude from the Captain of the "Prony" to Captain McCarrick--a sad sight — the funeral of George Harvey, &c. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Norfolk, Nov. 22, 1861. We understand that upwards of one hundred citizens have escaped from Eastern Shore, and are now in our city. The account given us of this unfortunate event is truly sad, while it furnishes an example of the inhuman spirit and The ladies of the Catholic Church in this city, I am glad to state, are arranging for a grand fair, shortly to take place. From their previous efforts in this direction, we predict for them full success. Last evening the funeral of young Harvey, who was drowned on the 6th inst., occurred from the residence of his mother in Portsmouth. This sad affair has caused deep affliction in the family. He was a member of Captain Richardson's Rifle company. A sad sight was witnessed in Ports