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ng bride of 45 summers, with a grown-up daughter and three small children.--Both are residents of Falmouth. There was great rejoicing, and a big bonfire kept up till a late hour." From Paisfax Court House.--March 14. --Moselay's raid still exercises the Yankees. Two notorious bush whackers were captured at a house between Ball and Cub Runs. The "unprincipled fellow" who were engaged in the "disgraceful affair" of giving information to the actors in the late said are being arrested J. H. Barnes, of Germantown a smuggler, etc., and J. H. and W. M. Mills near Sudley's Millis, and a young lady, whose father was arrested last week, have all been arrested. Papers were found which proved that another raid was planned for to night (14 b). W. B. Hutchinson, of Gun Run, a member of the 4th Virginia (Black Horse) cavalry; on detached duty, was brought in and committed. London, February 28.--A correspondent says: "The politicians and editors have settled down into the convictio