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Bottle picked up. --On the 27th April, a bottle was picked up on Cape Charles, containing the following memorandum in pencil: On Board U. S. Teansport, R. R. Cuyler, April 23d, 1861. To all whom this may concern, Greeting: Started from New York city Sunday, April 21st, at 5:30 P. M. in company with the Columbia and Baltic, U. S. steamer Harris Lane, convoy. Arrived off Cape Henry April 23d at 9½ o'clock A. M. There are no accommodations on board; the men have to live like dogs. About 800 members of the Regiment present. Have had a rough passage, nearly all the men sick. Publish as soon as found. Company H. 71st Regiment, N. Y. S. T., A. Henry Embler, 1st Serg't. Amos L. Ler, 2d Serg't. John W. Walton, 3d Serg't. L. P. Hartshorne, 4th Serg't. Peter Foreman, 5th Serg't. Sanford Udals, 1st Corp'l. Death to Chas. M. Sanford!