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Suspicious Characters. --A man named William E. Kendall, who professes to hall from Richmond, Texas, was sent to the Provost Marshal of this city, on Wednesday evening, by Gen. Field, as a suspicious character. He was apprehended by the forces of Gen. Field, while endeavoring to make his way through our lines towards the enemy. He professed to be on his way to see his relatives in Loudon county, Va; but, when his person was subjected to an examination, a number of letters addressed to parties residing at the North were found on him, tending greatly to discredit his assertions and induce a strong suspicion that he was setting the part of a spy. He was sent to Castle Godwin. A fellow named Stuart, and a negro, were also sent down by Gen. Field at the same time, and being charged the first with disloyalty and the latter with treasonable practices, were also sent to Castle God win.
, 2 comforts, 1 blanket sweet potatoes, dried applies, &c. Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pillows. Mrs. A. W. Morris, Roanoke county, bandages. Mrs. Gen. Watts, Big Lick, $50 Mrs. Alice W. Morris, Big Lick, Mrs. Emma Carr, Big Lick, $ Mrs. John Stuart, lint Box comforts for West Point Hord Black Walnut Aid Society. J. W., one bundle for Globe Hospital A lot of pickles, jellies, preserves, Mississippi Depot. Hospital supplies, of all kinds are much needed at present, and will be the fully received. Contributions for the Soldiers' From Mrs. Henry Webb, of New Kent From Peter V. Daniel, Jr. Richmond. From John Ferguson, Jr. Richmond. From Prof Geo. E. Dabney, Jr. Richmond. From Miss