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fired one round at the boat and man. The result was that both were, to use a can't expression, blown "sky high." On Tuesday evening, two steamers came up the river with two barges, which they left below Evansport, on the Maryland shore, just opposite the house of Witheers Waller, and then returned down the stream. Two steamers, we learn, succeeded in running the blockade on Tuesday night. Our batteries fired upon them, but with what success could not be determined. The man in Capt, Lacy's company who was injured by the shell on Saturday last is doing well, and it is said will recover. We are in formed that he was not hurt by exposing himself in disobedience of orders, but was wounded whilst in the discharge of his duties at one of the guns. The Sickles' pickets still insist upon it that they intend to winter in Fredericksburg. One of them asked our men what they had to eat, saying he understood we were starving out. Our picket told him he never was more mistaken; tha