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stirring up the sympathies of several rebels to the tune of $15 in goods, pewter and groceries, and God only knows how much they would have got had it not been that they ran foul of a citizen who knew that one of them had a husband in the Union army. The fact could not be dented. Thus "the best laid schemes of the mice and men gang aft a-glee," and the trio had to skedaddle to Ohio as fast as sturdy legs could carry them, rejoiced that they had not been confiscated, after the manner of Heaton's blank paper. In justice to the Secessionists of Wheeling, however, be it said, that the women made a most favorable report of their liberality and kindness. Wheeling Intelligencer A Confederate vessel at Kingston, Jamaica. A correspondent of the New York Tribune, writing from Kingston, Jamaica, February 5, says: On the afternoon of the 30th ult., the citizens of Kingston had the opportunity of hailing for the first time, in their own harbor, the "stars and bars" of the