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ver 150,000 men. Apprehensions of an attack by the Federal fleet on the seaboard cause the greatest anxiety. Powerful batteries have been erected along the James river, in anticipation of an advance of the Federal army in that direction. The armament has been recovered from the steamer Jamestown. The prisoners did not see thad a list of the parties whom he said were unconditionally discharged. He also told them that they would be carried near Fortress Monroe in a steamer by way of James river, and soon peach their homes, which account was received with applause. A short time afterwards a number of wagons drew up in front of the prison, when the rollality 50 cents; beans, per quart, 25 and 28 cents. There was no doubt that a considerable division of the army had left for the vicinity of Yorktown by the James river, as well as railroad route. The parties saw several regiments on their way to that place. Before leaving Richmond they heard several times that Jeff. Davis wa