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lainous looking set, raked up no doubt from the vilest purlieus of Yankeedom. The following items are from the Norfolk, Va., Argus: A gentleman named Richardson, of Portsmouth, who was out in a row-boat Saturday night, actuated by curiosity, was arrested as a spy by an officer from the Cumberland, also out in a boat. MMr. Richardson was fired upon and the ball killed one of the men from the Cumberland, who was assisting in rowing the boat. Mr. Richardson was landed at Old Point and got home in safety Sunday night. We learn that another man belonging to the Cumberland was unintentionally killed on Sunday by a man who fired upon a deserMr. Richardson was landed at Old Point and got home in safety Sunday night. We learn that another man belonging to the Cumberland was unintentionally killed on Sunday by a man who fired upon a deserter in Hampton Roads. Captain Culling, of the U. S. schooner Buchanan, was in Washington with his vessel a few days ago, and finding that the war was upon us, and supposing that his vessel would be of great service to Virginia, tendered his resignation. He then hastened to his vessel, spread her canvas to the breeze and star