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me light that he does. Captain Ashley, of the ship Carolus Magnus, from London, reports that, on the 14th of September, in the month of the English channel, he spoke a bark which had spoken the privateer Tallahassee the same day. G. the 2d of October, Captain Ashley saw, on the eastern edge of the Banks of Newfoundland, the deck of a ship which had been burned. A major-general in the English army, Lord Stanhops, is on a visit to the Army of the Potomac. A boy of eighteen, named Eads, employed in the quartermaster's department at Nashville, has obtained fifty thousand dollars by forgery and decamped. Six of the thirteen guns intended for Cedar Point battery, at the entrance of Sandusky harbor, have arrived at Sandusky. They are old thirty-two-pounders, rifled, and will be mounted shortly. A blockade-runner, recently arrived at an English port, reports that the Wilmington blockading squadron now numbers one hundred and seventy vessels. The Rocky Mountain Ne