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bay this morning, picked up a canoe containing six negroes in a bad condition. One of these being a very intelligent darkey, reports that the six of them having been impressed to dig on entrenchments at Yorktown, planned their escape, which resulted as above stated by them, stealing a canoe and trusting to Previdence for safety. On conversing with them I find that the rebels have a force of 30,000 men at Yorktown, and ten heavy guns in position at Gloucester Point. All the negroes in Mathews county are drafted to build entrenchments. The Yankers Desatisfied. The Chicago Tribune, grumbling at the inactivity of the Federal army, says: If the people believed that the present torpid policy is to characterize the remainder of the war, they would fall into the jaws of despair, and ask the Government to disband the army and submit to the dismemberment of the Union. Yanker soldiers poisoned. Eight soldiers of the Wayne county (New York) regiment, stationed at Lyons