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f their evacuation. Execution of Captain John Y. Beall, C. S. N., as a spy in New York. Cd be that of a patriot. On Saturday last, Beall's mother arrived here from Harper's Ferry, neaf the Episcopal (Rev. D. Weston), have visited Beall by his request; and a few other acquaintances or friends have seen him. It appears that Beall was a religious man; he belonged to the EpiscoDr. Weston. In the course of the morning, Beall expressed a desire to have a photographic pictrmed the guard to the place of execution. Beall marched out of the "garrison" by the side of Dr, and two friends of the prisoner, followed. Beall marched with a firm step in the direction of ttely under the rope. It was noticed that when Beall sat down, he studiously turned his back upon tn instantly, thus ending the earthly career of Beall without any agony. It was then taken to the hto the friends of deceased for interment. Beall was of medium size, had light-colored hair and[2 more...]