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A New among the Yankees in Salisbury.

A correspondent writing from Salisbury, on Friday last, to the Raleigh Standard, says:

‘ I understand that one of the Federal prisoners, confined in the prison at this place, was hung by his comrades night before last for using strong anti-Lincoln doctrine — that he intended to remain in the South when released, and battle for its institutions, instead of being under the dominion of Lincoln & Co.--he was rescued from death by the timely interference of some of the guard, who heard his supplications, &c.

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