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ys since at Paducah, were released to-day. A force of 800 infantry, four pieces of Capt. Taylor's light artillery, under command of Col. Oglesby, made a reconnaissance below Norfolk, Missouri, Saturday, and saw 300 rebels, who fled on the approach of our troops. All quiet here and at Paducah. British neutrality — Cuba and the "rebel" flag. Washington, Sept. 15. --In the course of a conversation between Lieut. A. B. Cummings, of the ship Richmond, at Port Royal, with Capt. Morris, commanding the British guard ship Otens, the latter said: "I suppose you are in search of privateers. We are ordered to observe a strict neutrality and if the Sumter were to come in to-morrow, she would receive the same attention and assistance you have. We can make no difference." He read an extract from a letter from the Lord Commissioners of the Admiralty, which says: "In the event of any vessel bearing the flag of the Confederate States, you are to observe a stric