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From the South-Side. We have received no further intelligence of the enemy's movements in Prince George county. On Thursday our pickets were advanced as far as Cox's Mill, but no Yankees were discovered. On the same day a number of Federal steamers went up Balley's Creek, in Prince George, two or three miles below City Point; for what purpose has not been uncurtained, though it is conjectured that they are landing troops. The two gunboats aground in the Appomattox were got afloat on Wednesday night, after having been lightened by the removal of their loads of shot and shell, and proceeded down the river in company with eight other boats that had been hovering around for the previous forty-eight hours. The Yankees have doubtless arrived at the conclusion that the Appomattox is a hard stream to navigate. On Thursday morning the Galens was anchored in a position to command the channel of James River, from which it was supposed there were some apprehensions of the appearance
Yankee prisoners. --Sixteen Yankees, captured on Wednesday at Malvern Hill, were brought to town yesterday, and after an examination, before the Provost Marshal were sent to the C. S. Prison, corner 20th and Cary streets. On the day the above men were captured, our men took possession of Malvorn Hill, and hold it now. There were twenty-five prisoners in all received from Malvern Hill yesterday, three from Prince George county, and two from Merchants Hope. On Thursday, as appears by the record of the C. S. Prison, 103 Yankees were listed as arriving.