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ded up Black River. At four P. M., when about fifteen miles below Trinity, we were fired into by sharp-shooters, concealed behind the levee.rapnel, grape, and canister, and drove them away. When we reached Trinity, white flags were shown on the lower side of the town, but as soonround, and connect the forts. At dark, I anchored two miles above Trinity. At daylight on the third, I got under way and proceeded to TriniTrinity. At this place, two excellent earthworks are thrown up, one of which commands the river for more than two miles. It was my intention to b Little River, I sent the Cricket up, and burned it. I remained at Trinity until the morning of the fourth, when we proceeded down Black Rive and are here at our old anchorage of the night before, just above Trinity. Our losses are considerable. Fort Hindman is disabled, with angs us the intelligence that the rebels are assembling in force at Trinity. If this information proves to be correct, and I have no doubt it
f the Portsmouth Savings Bank Society, and William H. H. Hodges, Cashier of the Merchants and Mechanics' Savings Bank, citizens of Portsmouth, Virginia, the first-named being over sixty years of age, and the other a cripple, have been arrested and sentenced to hard labor at Hatteras, North-Carolina, by order of Major-General Butler, or some other officer of the Federal Government, for alleged fraudulent disposal of the funds of their banks; and that the Reverend John I. Ringfield, Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, Portsmouth, had been put to hard labor in the public streets of that city, with a ball and chain to his leg, because he refused to renounce his allegiance to his native State; therefore, Be it enacted by the General Assembly, That the Governor of the Commonwealth be, and he is hereby requested to invite the attention of the confederate government to the arrest and sentence of these three worthy citizens of this State, and to respectfully ask that the facts may be invest