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are numerous and request, and there are 150 in Fort Norfolk at this time who have been caught. Some boldly declare that there would be but few here could they reach home by land. We are blessed in this city with an Abolition Provost--one Major Hoovey. Of course wool is in the ascendant. But, then, Major Hoovey is a brave man, as the little girls in this region can testify. Rather a sharp war has been going on between his valiant soldiers and the female juveniles. The latter have been vMajor Hoovey is a brave man, as the little girls in this region can testify. Rather a sharp war has been going on between his valiant soldiers and the female juveniles. The latter have been vanquished, and the trophies of victory now adorn the Provost's office in the shape of numerous little hoops ornamented with those peaceful colors — white and red. Surely, the "rebellion" will be crushed. I understand that the Seaboard Road is to be turn up as far as Suffolk, the iron to be used for some other purpose. The depredations upon the property of our citizens is going on as usual, receiving the countenance and support of Yankee officials. Negroes and Unionists — I name the b