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imidation, but the worst frightened man in the fort was the valorous Dutch Major, Segebarth. The privateersmen were kept in camp in a low, marshy place, and one night some of the Yankee soldiers, to increase their sufferings, turned the water in upon them and completely overflowed their quarters. They were compelled to sleep in mud and water a considerable portion of the time, and the consequence was that several died. Mr. Hall, of the 3d Florida regiment, who was arrested on St. John's river on the 27th of April, arrived in Richmond yesterday from Fort Delaware. Though a private soldier, he was charged with being the captain of a guerrilla company, and treated worse than if he had been a pirate. For two months he was kept on board a gunboat in irons, while a man stood over him with a sabre bayonet and pistol, with orders to kill him if he attempted to move from his place. He was subsequently sent to Philadelphia, and marched in irons through the streets of that city and