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e 3d Rhode Island battalion. They were very well dressed, and many of them wore comfortable overcoats.--Some few had lost their hats, and some were bare footed, having pulled off their shoes to swim the Potomac during the panic, and were rescued from watery graves by our advanced forces. The juveniles among the crowd indulged in some derisive remarks, and a portion of the prisoners displayed considerable impudence. One fellow said that their turn would come by and by, and that Lincoln and Scott would both be in Richmond before a great while. Another remarked to a bystander that they had to hunt for the Southern soldiers to make them fight, and the bystander reckoned that they fought pretty well when they were found. The negro prisoner was an object of no little curiosity, and he seemed quite uneasy. He says his name is Lewis A. Bell, and that he was free in the District of Columbia; but some of our citizens thought they had seen him before, and it is very probable that he is wha
a severe article upon Phillip's election as Colonel, which he refused to retract in such form as Phillips dictated. The latter attacked Sheahan in the street with a raw hide, when he was knocked down by one of the Post employees. This led to a fight shortly after in a billiard saloon, in which twenty or thirty persons participated, and in which Phillips was seriously injured. Brazil and the Confederates. A letter received in New York from Brazil says it was rumored there that Robt. G. Scott had been nominated as the commissioner of the Southern States to obtain their recognition as an independent power. The Brazilian Government positively refused to treat with the agent or agents of the Confederacy. The papers were laid upon the table, and the subject dismissed from their councils. Seizure of a vessel at Newport. The brig John Hathaway, arrived at Newport R. I., on Saturday after a voyage of 43 days from Rio Janeiro. She had a cargo of 410 bags of coffee on acco