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istance could be rendered them. The commander of the Anglo Saxon is supposed to be among the lost. Only about 130 persons are known to have been saved. Five hundred rebel officers, confined at Fort Delaware, are to be sent immediately to City Point, for exchange. Among them is General Churchill, who will be exchanged for General Willich as soon as the prisoners reach Richmond. It is expected, also, that Gen. Stoughton's release will be effected at the same time. Thirty five of our exchanged officers arrived at City Point yesterday from Richmond. The rank and file have all been exchanged. A correspondent of the New York Times gives an account of the "feeler," which the Yankees put in at Port Royal on the 24th ult. He says: The forces consisted of two regiments, the 24th Michigan, Col. Morrow, and the 14th Brooklyn, Col. Fowler, the entire force being under command of the former officer. One section of battery B, 4th U. S. artillery, under Lieut. Stewart. The forc
Sent home. --Col. Richard Zarvona, who was captured by the Yankees in 1861, and who since that time has been kept by them in a dark and unwholesome dungeon at Fort Lafayette, has recently been released and given leave to return home. He arrived on a flag-of-truce boat at City Point yesterday morning, and may be expected in Richmond to-day.--When Col. Zarvona was captured seven companies of the regiment which he was to command had been raised, but on the happening of that event they entered other regiments, and have since done good service. The Yankees have exhausted their skill in devising means to torture him--first, refusing to consider him a prisoner, because he had (as the French lady, with a few comrades,) captured several of their vessels on the Potomac; second, they held that he was insane, and tried their best to make him so. They lastly send him home.