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No friends. --Two men, named Samuel Dewolff and John Taylor, were sent to jail by the Mayor yesterday on failing to give security to keep the peace, an article they had damaged on the previous day by their eccentric conduct.
be personally responsible to the amount of $200, to be expended for their relief. Another statement — M'Clellan and the Merrimac. An old gentleman named Taylor, from Cincinnati, and who lately went North, (having been released from the prisons in Richmond,) "makes a statement," which is extensively published in Yankeedom fact that their troops are — the greater portion of them--determined to go home, their enlistments expiring, most of them, by the twentieth of this month. Mr. Taylor says that whatever may be the estimate of the policy of General McClellan in the loyal States, he is regarded by the rebels as pursuing a policy most destructivof operation despite the complaints of those who do not comprehend his purposes. With regard to the steamer Merrimac, with her encasement of railroad iron, Mr. Taylor is of opinion that the report of the contraband as to her efficiency is not reliable. As he came out of Norfolk he saw a vessel in the stream, near the Navy-Ya