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ris, who had formerly been arrested at Manassas as a spy. Dr. Ferguson, a wounded prisoner taken at Bull Run was also allowed to leave. Capt. Milligan, the signal officer, publishes a notice that whenever a flag of truce steamer leaves for Old Point, it will be indicated by a white flag at headquarters. One was a float to the breeze some time yesterday. The question of a serviceable change in the rations and fare of the soldiers is beginning to be mooted. Whatever is most wholesome fact was made known to him. He peremptorily refuses to leave the South, and has requested the editor to state that the pass was obtained without his knowledge or consent. His patriotism is worthy of commendation. The different Generals at Old Point, from General Wool down, have wasted a good deal of money, from time to time, in powder and ball experiments from the Rip Raps, and with long guns, at Sewell's Point. I would not like to foot their bill of waste for fifteen thousand dollars. Y