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Caught in a Trap.

--The Northern vessels captured on the Pamunkey river, were above the York River Railroad bridge, and we learn that the citizens kept the draw closed, thus cutting off their egress. The crews, in company with some Northern timber cutters, some fifteen in number, were brought to Richmond on Saturday evening, and furnished with passes to enable them to get home. As matters now stand, all persons who sympathize with the North would do well to place themselves on the other side of the line by the first opportunity.

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