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ment was raised in the vicinity of Fredericksburg, the Colonel having resided for many years in Stafford county. Last week he came up near our pickets and sent some letters in by a contraband, who, in inquiring after the Colonel's friends, aroused suspicion, which led to the capture of the rebel officer. Yesterday a large bark came to Aquia Creek and anchored of the landing in the channel, where she awaits such refugees as can be induced to go to Hayti. The vessel is fitted out by James Redpath, and is apparently well adapted to her new business. The contrabands, however, are not delighted overmuch with their strange visitor, and nothing will cause them to skedaddle from the wharf sooner than an intimation that they are wanted on board the mysterious black craft swinging at anchor. Of the scores of negroes round about Aquia, but four have gone on board the bark, and the prospect of a full cargo appears rather less brilliant to the colonization skipper than when his vessel fir