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d timely assistance rendered them. Our busy little fleet in the Old North State are, for the most part, as follows: Sea Bird--Flag-officer Lynch. Curlew--Captain Hunter. Fanny--Captain Taylor. Forrest--Captain Hoole. Ellis--Captain Cooke. Winslow--(Sunk and partially burned,) Captain McCarrick. The soldier who was recently found guilty by court-martial of a revolting crime, and condemned to be executed, suffered the penalty of death yesterday, in Norfolk county, seven miles from Portsmouth. Having been conducted out to the place of execution, the doomed man was shot. Thirty men aimed their guns at the culprit, and three bells passing through his body, he fell and died almost immediately. Gen. Henry A. Wise, one of Virginia's most brave men, the able statesman and brilliant orator, arrived here yesterday, accompanied by his son, the gallant Capt. O. J. Wise, and has gone out to his beautiful farm in Princess Anne, about eight miles from t