their way that Mouton's division had been at Gaines's landing for the purpose of crossing arms and ammunition from this side, which they successfully accomplished.
The Picayune copies a letter written off Wilmington, by which it appears that the gunboat blown up near Georgetown was the Iron Age.
She got ashore in chasing a blockade runner, and was destroyed on account of not being able to get her afloat.
The Constitution and Union (peace) newspaper office in Fairfax, Iowa, edited by Dave Sheward, was visited by company E, of the 2d Iowa volunteers, on the 7th inst., and the type and paper were thrown out of the window and the subscription books were destroyed.
A Washington dispatch says five blockade runners, recently from Richmond, were arrested on the stage from Port Tobacco, Maryland.
On their persons were found between $30,000 and $40,000 in gold, twenty-two gold watches, five Georgia State bonds of $1,000 each, and two North Carolina State bond