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them, unless it be to turn them loose upon the women and children. The negroes who had collected in Williamsburg grow very jubilant over the grand entres of Gen. Keys and his bride, from Yorktown, who were attended by an escort of an hundred cavalry, an ambulance train, loaded perhaps with the ghosts of those who died in defenk out but little, and have to keep their houses loosen up. The press, material, &c., of the Williamsburg Gazettes office was demanded a few weeks since by Gen. Keys for the use of the United States forces at Yorktown. The importunities of Mrs. Lively the mother of the editor of the Gasetts, who retreated with our army in Mrmerly 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.