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Interesting from Fortress Monroe --Hon Gen. Butter Captured a Negro.--The Baltimore Republican, of Wednesday last, makes the subjoined statement. We presume the negro alluded to in the property of Major Perrin, of Gloucester: The regular boat of the Baltimore Steam Packet Company, now called the Government Line, under the agency of Hugh O'Conner, left Old Point (the word Comfort is now omitted,) on Tuesday night, and made a good run up the bay and river. The news which we have gleank Republican conclave of Baltimore that the immense Butler had received another untutored Ethiopian into his camp and learned from him some particulars about the Virginia patriots at Gloucester Point. The negro was a runaway slave, owned by Mr. John Perrin, who resides near that locality. He was picked up in a large yawl boat, which had been capsized by a flaw of wind, and gave a straight account of himself. He told those who questioned him that there was a large number of big guns at th