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Gens. Bail. --The only transaction by the police yesterday was the arrest, on a warrant by Officer Blankinship, of an old man named John McGinness, for threats of personal violence towards Matthew Davis. He gave bail.
rs did not appear to explode. One of the shells exploded immediately on leaving the gun, the boiling up of the water close in to the Virginia shore indicating where the fragments fell. After wasting a great deal of powder the rebels ceased firing, thus concluding the morning service. In the afternoon they opened fire again, the shells bursting as in the morning, with the certainty of a "nobody hurt." The battery at Budd's Ferry did not return the fire. The bridge burners. Of President Davis's threat in relation to the Missouri bridge burners, the Herald says: It is probable that the news of the recent order of the War Department, directing the privateersmen to be regarded as prisoners of war, had not reached rebeldom when this last message was sent from Richmond. The sentiment expressed by those who know the purport of the message is, that the officer who brought it, thereby disgracing the flag of truce; should have been retained and hung with the bridge burners.