ney Island with a flag of truce from Old Point, having on board twenty paroled prisoners captured at Hatteras, and who have been at the Rip Raps for about a fortnight, having been prevented from leaving sooner on account of the fleet in the Roads.
The following are the names of the prisoners and the companies to which they belong:
Janesbono' Guards.--Wilson D. Williams, Thomas J. Ferrall, J. M. Whitehurst, Smith Mercer.
Lenoir Branes--Logan Matts, Jas. A. Hines, W. B. Berton, John H. Jenkins.
Hamilton Guards.--Benj. Brown, Albert Coburn, Wm. Bland.
Hertford Light Infantry.--D. J. Williford, Jos. D. Barnes, Wm. A. Overton.
North-Carolina Defenders.--Miles Jones, John Berry, Mathias Sawyer.
Morris Guards.--Wm. Hassell.
Tar River Boys.--Wm. J. Clark.
Independent Grays.--Wm. A. Brady.
With regard to Norfolk, it seems the intention of the Federal authorities have postponed the attack here until the weather becomes colder.
Possibly, like Dunmor