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, she did not apprehend further annoyance. In a memorandum book it was found that this fair specimen of a rebel was taken across the Potomac by a negro, in a skiff, where a rebel lieutenant awaited, and carried her to Richmond. Congressman fly in New York — he Recommends a Vigorous Prosecution of the War. In our edition of the 8th inst., we published a special telegram from Norfolk, in which reference was made to a speech from the Hon. Alfred Ely, recently delivered in the city of New York. Apprehending that our readers would like to hear further from this gentleman in connection with his captivity in Richmond, as well as his views of the war now going on, we transfer to our columns, from the Herald, the following report of a speech made by him to a delegation of citizens which waited on him immediately after his arrival in that city: Mr. Ely responded in a conversational tone. He remarked that between himself and Col. Corcoran the strongest bonds of friendship exi