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udience in Lynchburg last Friday night, on the Battle of Manassas. John C. Rahming, lately arrested in New York for "treason," was a merchant, doing business at 36 South street. The employees in the Gosport Navy Yard were paid off, for a full month, in Confederate notes, on Friday last. Gaston Meares, Jr., son of Colonel Gaston Meares, was drowned at Wilmington, N. C., last Friday. The prize steamer St. Nicholas was sold at Fredericksburg, on Tuesday last, for $12,000 cash. dience in Lynchburg last Friday night, on the Battle of Manassas. John C. Rahming, lately arrested in New York for "treason," was a merchant, doing business at 36 South street. The employees in the Gosport Navy Yard were paid off, for a full month, in Confederate notes, on Friday last. Gaston Meares, Jr., son of Colonel Gaston Meares, was drowned at Wilmington, N. C., last Friday. The prize steamer St. Nicholas was sold at Fredericksburg, on Tuesday last, for $12,000 cash.