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Richmond Light Infantry Blues. --We have been informed that one of the members of this favorite old company, who was taken prisoner in the engagement on Roanoke Island, arrived in Richmond yesterday evening and stated that the remainder of the company would arrive to-day, having been liberated on parole by the Hessians. This is good news — though when they come all will miss the accustomed presence of the gallant Wise, their leader, who now sleeps the sleep of death. We beg to remind those who design joining volunteer companies now being formed in this city that Lieut. Sanxay, of the Blues, is now engaged in filling up the ranks of a second company, who will have the honored name of the old corps.
to resent this imputation on his name, he managed to escape from Portsmouth, N. C., and made his way to Norfolk; but, failing to get farther North, he returned to North Carolina, and was offered employment on the gunboat Fanny, which he was forced to accept, and was employed in surveying inland waters for the rebels. In connection with another loyal man, he obtained a small boat and managed to join Gen. Burnside at Hatteras. It was he who piloted the expedition to the landing place on Roanoke Island, and in no small degree thus contributed to the victory won by the Federal forces. His adventures were listened to with much interest at headquarters to-day. The Probabilities of a change in Lincoln's Cabinet — Speculations in regard to his own resignation. The Edinburg Scotchman has the following paragraph in relation to the impending resignation of old Abe, as also some changes in his Cabinet: Private letters from America give reason to expect other changes in the Gover
capture of Nashville is not conceded. News from Port Royal up to the 17th inst had been received in New York. It was expected that Savannah would fall in a few days. It was reported that the rebel troops were evacuating Manassas. Gen. Halleck has decided not to hang the condemned bridge burners, but will keep them in close confinement. Col. Corcoran and 700 prisoners are expected at Fortress Monroe. The report that Gen. Buckner has been arrested for treason is contradicted. The war in Venezuela continues frightful; and a revolution rages in Honduras. Palmerston has announced in Parliament that the distress in the manufacturing districts will not justify the interference of the Government in raising the blockade of Confederate ports. Captains Taylor, Wallace, and Talcott, Lieutenant Loyal, and Dr. Shepherdson, arrived in Norfolk yesterday. They were taken prisoners at Roanoke Island. The other prisoners are expected to reach here to-morrow.