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teer carrying one long gun amidships, and put into Abacca for wood and water on the of November. She was supplied and sailed on the 4th. The war in Western Virginia. The Wheeling Press states that on Friday night of last week a party of secessionists went to the residence of Robert and Isaac Car and a Mr. Balley, all Union men, in Hampshire co., and arrested and took them off. It is supposed they started with their prisoners Moorefield. Subsequently Gen. arrested Joshua and James H. Johnson, and Samuel Davis, and sent them to Wheeling, to be held as hostiles for the return of Messrs Carskadon and Received News from Port Royal. A Washington dispatch, dated November 26th, says: The War Department is hourly expecting the announcement from General Sherman possession of the rebel for commanding the entrance to St. Sound about fifteen miles north of and commanding the outlet of and Combative rivers, thus se entire control of all the approaches the cluster