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--Mrs. Rose Greenhow, well known in the Confederacy for her sufferings in its cause, --having been for months confined in the political prison at Washington,--was drowned on Saturday last near Wilmington, North Carolina, while landing from a sinking steamer. She was returning from England, where she had been to make arrangements for publishing a book, which has already appeared. She resided for some time in this city after her release from prison at Washington.

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