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at Charleston, and were set on shore at Piney Point. The refugees — whose names are Edward Furney, George Wilson, Edward Wilson, and Henry Adams — were sent to the Provost Marshal, and were released. Appointment of Acting rear Admirals. The following officers have been appointed Acting Rear Admirals in the U. S. Navy on their respective stations: Commodore Charles H. Bell, commanding Pacific Squadron. Commodore Charles Wilkes, commanding Special West India Squadron. Commodore J. L. Lardner, commanding Eastern Gulf Blockading Squadron. Commodore Charles Henry Davis, commanding Naval Mississippi Flotilla. Captain Samuel Phillips Lee, commanding North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Further news from New Orleans. Com. Porter and Gen. Phelps have arrived at New York from New Orleans. The Delta, of the 13th instant, says that a collision occurred a few nights previously between a party of runaway negroes from the coast plantations below the city and the guard