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y the mother of the editor of the Gasetts, who retreated with our army in May last, had no effect. The Lieut, of the guard ordered the men to break the office door down unless she, Mrs. L., would give up the keys. Being alarmed by this and other similar threats, Mrs. Lively had to surrender the keys. The press &c., was taken off to York own, where the publication of the Yankee Cavalier sheet is continued. This dirty sheet was first printed in the Gasetts office; but upon the 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, and being a Pe