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--On account of the condition of Wm. St. George Gunn's health — he being afflicted with a severe case of the camp itch, and therefore likely to communicate it to the other prisoners,--Judge Lyons has admitted him to bail in the sum of three thousand dollars. --Gunn was arrested some time since, and committed to Castle Thunder, on the charge of running off negroes to the Yankees.

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