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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 L of one of the soldiers. Being thoughtlessly within the lines, he did not have time to get out of the way. His wound, though dangerous, is not considered mortal. He is better this morning. The steamer William Selden has just arrived from Old Point, bringing the mails and about forty passengers, which reached there this morning in the steamer Louisiana from Baltimore. There had been a little disturbance at Baltimore, the particulars of which I could not learn. Our city is exceedingl