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To the public.advance in the Price of the Dispatch. After the 1st of September, the following will be the rates of publication of the Dispatch: Daily Paper.--Two cents per copy at the counter and from the regular carriers of the city. Per annum, $5. Six months, $3. Three months, $1.75. Semi-Weekly.--$3 per annum. Weekly.--$2 per annum. Neither the Semi-Weekly nor Weekly paper will be sent for a less term than twelve months.
coffee, two forts, and a large number of valuable books and papers, showing the designs of the Confederates. It is regarded as a most important and successful movement and is the occasion of great rejoicing at Old Point. Annapolis, Sept. 1. --Gen. Butler has left fifteen wounded Confederate prisoners at Annapolis in charge of Col. Morse, commandant at that station. They have been placed in the hospital at the Naval Academy, where they are being well cared for. The folloes. Upon being received on board the tug Fanny, they informed me that they had accepted the terms proposed in my memorandum, and had come to surrender themselves and their command as prisoners of war. Another Federal account. Washington, Sept. 1. --The Navy Department, by able and experienced officers, has carefully studied the whole line of our coast, with a view to making the best use of such a force as it could secure. The expedition to Hatteras Inlet was planned before the mee