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$300 on the steward, $2,500 on Dr. Bradley, being the amount of private property destroyed belonging to these gentlemen. The crew lost about $100 each. A large barn, 100 feet long by 45 wide, with 7 horses, several wagons, carriages, harness and other property, belonging to the West Castleton railroad and Slate Company, Vermont, was entirely consumed last Saturday morning about 1 o'clock. Loss estimated at $2,000 The barn was insured for $800 The fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. A colored boy, 14 years of age, perished in the flames. Hon. Henry May left Baltimore on Tuesday last for Richmond, Va., where he now is — Various rumors are in circulation in relation to his visit. Previous to his starting, he had an interview with President Lincoln, but whether in connection with his visit is not known. It is said to day that he was invited to Richmond by Jeff. Davis, and that he is accompanied by two prominent Pennsylvanians, both friends of the Government.
Potomac some weeks ago, has been successfully raised and brought ashore in a slightly damaged condition. A flag of truce. Washington, July 8. --The latest report from Arlington is that Major Taylor, of New Orleans, arrived at the camp of the 8th New York Regiment this afternoon. under a flag of truce, with dispatches for President Lincoln. He was detained there, awaiting further orders, and was last from Manassas. unction. It may be proper to state that the visit of the Hon. Henry May to Richmond was not superinduced by the Government, and it is at least probable the dispatches brought under the Flagg of truce are from him. Their character has not transpired. Affairs at Martinsburg. Martinsburg, July 5. --There was no alarm last night. I visited that part of the Federal picket guard thrown farthest forward on the Winchester turnpike yesterday evening after it had been evacuated. Away off to the left a number of the cavalry pickets of the enemy were vi