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o', the Tuskahega Light Infantry, the Southern Rifles, from Newton's Springs; the Gulf City Guards. The Fourth Regiment from the same State are on their way, and expected to arrive here either to-morrow or the next day. Our enemies at Old Point are still committing depredations upon our commerce, and upon some of our citizens. Night before last, (Tuesday) they stole seven negroes and a boat belonging to Mr. James Garrison, while they were engaged in hauling seine upon the shores of Lynn haven Bay. Such acts, committed by such a dastardly set of pirates, will not be permitted much longer. These poor negroes will no doubt be sent down South, and there sold by some secret agent of theirs, and the poor deluded fellows will find, that instead of enjoying that liberty of free men, so faithfully promised them "by their wolf in sheeps clothing" friends of the North, that they have been deceived, and no better, nor half as well off as they were before. Quite a serious accident