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Sundries.

--There are very few vessels in the Dock at the present time — all schooners of small size.--The oyster interest has been sparsely represented for several days.-- The Coroner, on Saturday, held an inquest over Deborah Shepherd, aged 60, who formerly resided near Myers' bridge. She terminated her existence by an overdose of laudanum.--The Virginia Towing Company's boat, the James Gray, sold to the Republic of South Carolina, has been re-christened, and is now known as the "Lady Davis." She carries an armament. A number of Union men in Jefferson Ward raised a pole and an old U. States flag on 18th street Saturday afternoon.

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