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Goldsboro', N. C., state that seventy five Yankee prisoners, who were captured at Bay River arrived in that town on Saturday, for Richmond, and that it was rumored that party others were on their way for the name point, number of refugees came up to Goldsboro' from by a flag of truce on Thursday. Among was John E Morris, who was dispossessed of the house about 9 o'clock at night and an Abolition put in possession. On remonstrating against treatment he was told by the Provost Marshal that he had as well sleep in the street as the soldier who were fighting for their country. He then visited Gov. Stanley to obtains redress, who said he could do nothing for him, as he would not take the path of allegiance; whereupon he told his bogus that as he had taken his negroes and he might now have his head. The refugees of that there are 10,000 negroes in and around Newbern, and that they are dying at the rate of News daily. The number of Abolition soldiers at the same point is estimated at from 12,000 to 15,000. A female spy is represented to have found her any through our lines to Newbern. It is said that when refused a passport by the officer at Kinston, as came to Richmond and obtained one. She is regarded as a spy by all true Southerners in Newbern.
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