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unboats, a crowd of twenty thousand persons, with many naval officers, united in one voice in saying that the "Virginia" is "splendidly managed." One of us (Pilot George Wright) piloted the French ship "Gassendi" from-Norfolk, with the French Minister on board, and had the high gratification of hearing from the lips of the French C 9th, the 'Virginia' was handled in a masterly and seaman-like manner." "And, sir," he said, "I have a drawing I will show you of the battle, and the victory." Pilot Wright remarked "sir, it is very correct." Thus it will be seen that, so far from fault being expressed, nothing but commendation was bestowed upon us till we reached also the pilots associated with him on board the Virginia. In conclusion, we say that, in the destruction of the "Price of the South," the pilots on board had no part or lot, and no fault or blame can be attached to us. William Parrish, Pilots. George Wright, Pilots. Wm. T. C. Clark, Pilots. H. Williams, Pilots.
The "Rebellion." --The Fort Wright correspondent of the Best in Journal, (an ultra Black Republican sheet,) writes as follows about the situation of affairs: "That we shall soon have possession of Memphis, which, next to Charleston, has been the not-house of Secession. I do not doubt.--But before it is ours we shall walk across a bloody field. The South is roused. The Pittsburg repulse has been magnified into a victory. There is no doubt of the fact that from every town, village, and plantation in the South men are rushing to arms. They turn out as once our revolutionary forefathers did, when Burgoyne was advancing on Saratoga. Never was there greater activity than at the present time. The South has received not less than fifty thousand foreign arms since the first of March, and there is but little doubt that the Southern armies are fuller to-day than they have been at any time. They have abandoned the seasons, and the West, and are concentrating all their forces a