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ng from her flag-staff. The capture of R. A. Pryor. Roger A. Pryor, who was captured by a Roger A. Pryor, who was captured by a Yankee trick on the lines, exchanging papers, has been sent to Fort Lafayette. The Washington-Star says of him: Pryor was brought up on the James Brady, and was turned over to Colonel Ingraham On the way up from City Point to this, city Pryor was provided with a state-room on the boat, an his arrival in New York, the Post says: Pryor registered his name on the books of the Mercha in a large and angular hand, as follows: "Roger A. Pryor, Fort Lafayette." It is a curious signaturral Wessels and Lieutenant Shaw follow that of Pryor. At breakfast, before daylight, a consid table with the officers and the prisoner, but Pryor was not known to the guests of the hotel, and road cars in Brooklyn to Fort Hamilton, whence Pryor was transferred to Fort Lafayette. The few pewho were in the streets at that hour looked at Pryor with some curiosity, on account of his rebel u