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he unfortunate men who went down in the Weehawken, are still encased in the cabin and turret. The exceptions refer to the bodies washed upon the beach a few days after the accident occurred. The subjoined circular, issued by Gen. Saxton, has been extensively circulated about Beaufort and the adjacent Islands. It will be observed that the General gives wholesome advice to the people concerning matters appertaining to the purchase and culture of the soil. Pursuant to instructions from Washington the tax commissioners notified the public that they would be ready to dispose of the lands at Beaufort on Monday last. At 10 A. M., the hour appointed, the apartment in which the commissioners convened was densely crowded with officers, soldiers, and contraband — the latter class in the preponderance. Unfortunately the weather was inclement, in consequence of which the sale was postponed till the following day. At the hour announced the commissioners, accompanied by a crowd of expectant
Ran away --From my house, on yesterday, (Sunday) my cook woman, Elizabeth, aged about 35 years, rather over medium height, bright mulatto in color. She left with her husband, I, John Washington, owned by Mr. lagram, of Northumberland Eastern there, and is supposed to be making her way to the Yankees. I will give a reward for her delivery to me of $300. Blair Burwell, M. D, Cor Lown and 6th sts. fe 2--1t