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d were tie by the Yankees and sent to the fleet. The statements of Peter were vouched for by several gentlemen in our office, who saw him and who left Beaufort some time previous. He succeeded in bringing off most of his employer's property in tools, &c. Later from Arizona. From the Mesilla Times, of the 10th ult., we take the following: Three spies, captured this week near Camp Roberto, give the following as the loss on the Northern side, in the late action near Alameda; Capt. Morris, of the U. S. 1st Rifle regiment, wounded in the breast and leg; a lieutenant killed instantly; and seven privates killed, and eight wounded. After the Indians.--The citizens of El Paso, 150 strong, on a scout against the Indians, near Lake Santa Maria, killed seven braves. took sixteen women and children captives, and recovered a large amount of stock that had been stolen in the Rio Grande Valley. The Apaches last week stole twelve head of horses near Dona Ana, nine of which