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It is obvious we have in our midst men who are in constant communication with the enemy, whom they supply with newspaper, and post up about every one of our military movements and measures. The attentive of General Lovell was called to this fact and by an order issued yesterday he informed the public no passes would be granted henceforth to go to the Bay of St. Louis. But Ship Island is not the only place near our coast where the Northerners communicate with the traitors. Near Fort Livingston, for instance, there are seamen who, under the plea of going to se for fish or oysters, pay now and then a visit to the blockading vessels. The evacuation of Romney. A letter to the Lynchburg Republican from Winchester, Feb. 8th, says, that the evacuation of Romney, Va., emanated from the War Department, and that it was not done in consequence of any apprehended movement of the enemy. From the same source we learn that Gen. Loring left Romeny in a somewhat hurried manner, lea