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! (Official.) T. L. Crittenden, Major Gen'l U. S. Vols. P. P. Oldershand, Capt. and A. A. G. Arrest of blockade runners from Norfolk — arrival there of Boone, the Castle Thunder Murderer. The Provost guard at Norfolk captured a few nights since, with four wagon loads of goods, and a quantity of greenbacks and gold, . Blamire, $100, and Mrs. A. K. Staples, $100. G. Barnes was released on taking the oath. A Norfolk letter to the Herald, dated the 27th, announces the arrival of Boone, who, with several companions, escaped from Castle Thunder a few nights since by murdering the guard: Yesterday there came into outlines at Williamsburg, CapCapt. Boone, of a Louisiana cavalry regiment. He is the same whose escape, together with that of three other prisoners, was noticed in the late Richmond papers. It seems that he fought a duel some time since which resulted fatally. In consequence he was incarcerated in Castle Thunder. His ease assuming an uncomfortable aspect, he,