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Interesting from Fortress Monroe --Hon Gen. Butter Captured a Negro.--The Baltimore Republican, of Wednesday last, makes the subjoined statement. We presume the negro alluded to in the property of Major Perrin, of Gloucester: The regular boat of the Baltimore Steam Packet Company, now called the Government Line, under the agency of Hugh O'Conner, left Old Point (the word Comfort is now omitted,) on Tuesday night, and made a good run up the bay and river. The news which we have gleank Republican conclave of Baltimore that the immense Butler had received another untutored Ethiopian into his camp and learned from him some particulars about the Virginia patriots at Gloucester Point. The negro was a runaway slave, owned by Mr. John Perrin, who resides near that locality. He was picked up in a large yawl boat, which had been capsized by a flaw of wind, and gave a straight account of himself. He told those who questioned him that there was a large number of big guns at th
Shooting in a Bast room --Yesterday afternoon, between three and four o'clock, an affray occurred in the saloon of Maurice Dennis, near the Central depot, which resulted in the serious wounding of a soldier by a pistol shot. The man who committed the deed was immediately secured, and placed in the custody of Messrs. Mienjah Davis and John Perrin, of the night watch, who took him to the lower station house. He seemed to be considerably under the influence of liquor, and presented the appearance of having been beaten. He says his name is Andy Sullivan, and at first claimed to belong to the McCulloch Rangers; but afterwards said he was attached to an artillery corps encamped near the city. The wounded man's name is Smith, said to be an Englishman by birth, and a member of a Louisiana company. He was shot through the head, and the supposition is that he is fatally injured,--Shortly after the occurrence be was conveyed to the Louisiana Hospital, in the western suburbs of the cit
station-house, on Saturday, the following arrests were reported, and some others which were examined before the Mayor, a detail of which will be found in the proceedings of that tribunal: Andrew Jackson, a negro, for stealing ten dollars from John Perrin: James McFee, a member of the Eleventh United States Infantry, for representing himself to be a policeman and being concerned in the robbery of John Perrin; Armistead Robinson, a negro, for stealing merchandise from Mitteldorfer & Sons; CharleJohn Perrin; Armistead Robinson, a negro, for stealing merchandise from Mitteldorfer & Sons; Charles Wilson, of the Eleventh United States Infantry, for being drunk and disorderly in the house of Belle Somers; Sarah Stevens, for disorderly conduct in the street and threatening to shoot Sarah Smith; Lewis Ranson, a negro, for stealing shoes from Morris & Hess; Charles Copeland, a negro, for carrying fire-arms; Isaac Brown, a negro, for discharging a gun in the market; George Williams, a negro, for carrying concealed weapons; H. R. Allen, citizen, for assaulting and beating two Federal soldier