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a, Capt. Pierson, arrived on Saturday morning from Old Point Comfort, with a number of passengers. She brought intelligence that Dr. T. E. Rawillegs, correspondent of the New York Commercial Advertiser; Captain Holliday, Capt. Edward Jenkins, Lieut. Small and private Small, of the Naval Brigade, and R. Shurtliff, left Hampton on Friday morning about 1 o'clock, on a scouting expedition. About daylight they were surprised by a party of Confederates near New Market, and at the first fire Dr. Rawlprivate Small, of the Naval Brigade, and R. Shurtliff, left Hampton on Friday morning about 1 o'clock, on a scouting expedition. About daylight they were surprised by a party of Confederates near New Market, and at the first fire Dr. Rawlings was killed by a shot through his head. Lieutenant Johnson and Mr. Shurtliff were also supposed to have been killed, and the remainder made their escape. Everything was quiet about the Fortress and vicinity, but from information received it was apprehended that an attack would be speedily made at Newport News Point. The Quaker City ran up to Fortress Monroe on Friday, having on board Captain Baker, a wrecker, who had resided for several years in Norfolk. He was picked up in a sm