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e willing to return to their masters within the Southern lines.-- They think, however, that the Confederates will hang them, an idea that the Yankees are continually preaching to them. The 4th Mississippi negro regiment was sent to suppress the riot. The garrison at Natchez consists of four companies of the 4th Illinois cavalry and the 6th Mississippi negro regiment. Vicksburg is controlled by negro troops under Gen. McArthur. Brig Gen. Tuttle has banished from Natchez Mrs. A. L. Wilson for smuggling four pounds of powder to her husband in. Louisiana; Miss. Welst, for smuggling quinine to Louisiana; Miss. Ophelia Myers, for writing a letter saying that she was living under a Yankee despotism; Mrs. Calvert and daughter, for harboring her son, who was at home on furlough; and Mrs. M. E. Whitehurst, for expressing rebel sentiments. All of them are of the most respected families of Natchez. Deserters entering their lines are, by order or Gen. Grant, compelled to take t