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essels, we think it safe to estimate the number at 15,000 or 20,000. Arrival of more prisoners. On Saturday forenoon, a guard of Capt. Winfield's Sussex cavalry arrived with a batch of five Yankee prisoners, taken near Hood's, in Prince George county. They were immediately conducted to headquarters at the Custom-House, and from thence to Petersburg Jail, where they are now confined. They give the following as their names: Benj. Luche, 1st Excelsior, Sickle's brigade. Samuelbeen reinforced at Berkeley, and that the transports seen there brought troops from Shield's division, who have been heretofore actively engaged in the Virginia Valley. Later in the day, Saturday, two other prisoners reached here from Prince George county, who gave their names as follows; G. L. Curtis, 5th Vermont; B. C. Basbauld, 49th New York. These men tell the same story about great dissatisfaction in the Yankee army, and a great disposition to desert, if the men could get off. They kn