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rrest, as we have learned them, are these: On the 19th of May be reached this city, and stopped at the Powhatan Hotel, where he registered his name as John H Mikel, Macon, Ga. He remained at the Powhatan from the 19th to the 27th, when he took the cars for Staunton, in company with a girl of doubtful reputation, whose acquaintance he had formed during his sojourn here. Although he had for himself a passport through our lines, and British protection papers in his pocket, the vigilance of General Jones's pickets prevented him from passing our lines in that quarter. On the 30th he returned to Richmond and stopped at the same house where he had registered under the assumed name of Mikel, and recorded his name as Jas. A. Elie, of Richmond, Virginia. This did not excite the suspicion of the worthy proprietor and his gentlemanly clerks, who failed to recognize him as the same party who had only ten days before, registered as Mikel. From the time of his return from the Valley until his ar
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firm. Yet they know how to make a good thing out of their Confederate friends, for when the Confederate loan was at a premium, a few weeks ago, they prudently sold out their bonds, making as nice a speculation as ever gladdened the heart of a Wall street broker. James Spence is also a Confederate agent. Thomas Bold is a shipper of Liverpool whose name loyal Americans should learn. He it was who built the Virginia as a Confederate pirate, Lieut. Maury furnishing the funds. Chappell, Jones & Co., of 28 Chappell street, recruited the crew from the Seamen's Home, telling them they were wanted for a trading vessel bound for Singapore. Peter Denny, of Dumbarton, had a good deal to do with this pirate, which carries nine new guns. When off the north coast of France the Virginia or Japan, (for that is the name under which she cleared for Singapore,) received ammunition and arms brought her by the British steamer Atar, and her crew were informed of her piratical object and the Conf
Wild Western Scenes; or, The White Spirit of the Wilderness. By J. B Jones. Published by M A Malsby, Richmond — We have received the first volume of this work from the publisher. The other volume is to be published as soon as paper can be procured.