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s supposed that she had been detained by order of General Wool. The steamer went for the purpose of conveying down the Captain and a portion of the crew of the ship A. B. Thompson, which was condemned recently at Charleston, S. C. Oh board the Kahukee were Captain Huger, son of Gen. Huger; Lieut. J. F. Milligan, from this city, and Mr. J. B. Cary, of Hampton; also, Mis. Williams, wife of John Williams, agent of the Boston steamers, taken prisoner at Boston by Lincoln's authorities, and Mrs. Hutchinson, whose husband holds some office in the Federal Navy. The ladies are bound North--Mrs. W. hoping to get her husband released. If the Kahukee is held by Wool, and those on board imprisoned or detained as prisoners of war, a speedy retaliation should be forthwith commenced. The affair causes much excitement here, and many think that another great outrage has been committed by the Federal authorities.--It is possible, however, that an accident has happened to the boat. The stea