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ading a vigorous charge. He was buried by the Confederates, who greatly praised his heroism. I have just brought his cap and spurs from the Zouave camp. Two Zouaves died prisoners, viz: Benjamin F. Hopper and Joseph S. Taylor, nephew of Moses Taylor. The Confederates represented that they had other prisoners whom they were willing to exchange. Captain Phillips has to day visited the Fortress with a flag of truce in reference to the same. There was an alarm last night. The whole garrisseveral camps and the Fortress. The artesian well has been sunk to a depth of 100 feet. Means are also being employed to bring a large supply of fresh water from Hampton. The headquarters of Gen. Butler, Quartermaster Talmadge and Commissary Taylor are daily crowded by an army of defunct politicians, place-seekers, importunate contractors and modest individuals, with very large axes to grind. Every stranger must take the oath of allegiance on landing, and a sharp look-out is kept up