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raid of Col. Shingler in the burg, it was discontinued. The basest evasion of truth is, that when Mrs. Lively requested a receipt for the press, types, &c., belonging to her sons, E. H. and R. A. Lively, now in the army, they gave it in favor of Ewing & Lively, instead of in favor of those rightful owners. This Mr. Ewing formerly published a paper in Williamsburg, but before the war moved his effects to Norfolk. It is possible that this Ewing, who has some spleen against the Lavery brothers,onging to her sons, E. H. and R. A. Lively, now in the army, they gave it in favor of Ewing & Lively, instead of in favor of those rightful owners. This Mr. Ewing formerly published a paper in Williamsburg, but before the war moved his effects to Norfolk. It is possible that this Ewing, who has some spleen against the Lavery brothers, and being a Pennsylvania Yankee, wedded to the present invasion, is making an effort through Gen. Keys to obtain the press, &c., belonging to these young men.