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e conveyed to York on Saturday and interred yesterday. Little expired on Saturday, and to-day his remains were conveyed to Gettysburg, Pa., his birth-place, for interment. Both cases were examined by several physicians, and pronounced to be the result of poison administered by liquid. They were both young men, and said to be highly respected by those who knew them. During the past week a number of Pennsylvania volunteers were arrested in Littles, town, Adams county, and Hanover, York county, Pa., as deserters from General Banks's column, and conveyed to Baltimore over the Northern. Central Railroad, where they were remanded to the proper officers. Running the blockade of the Potomac. A letter dated Washington, December 1st, published in the Baltimore Sun, says: The steamer Reliance came up to the Navy-Yard late this afternoon. Acting Master Haunum reports that at half-past 7 this morning all the rebel batteries at Shipping Point opened fire on a wood-laden scho