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ers from Richmond. A detachment of the Richmond Grays were present to escort them to the steamer Kahukee, which was to convey them to the steamer Minnesota, off Old Point where they were to be relieved on parole of honor. There were twenty-three prisoners, including one woman, whose appearance betokened anything but cleanliness. ll amuse themselves by sending up balloons to overlook our fortifications and masked (?) batteries. On Saturday, two were seen; one appeared in the direction of Old Point, the other from Newport News. The serial visitor, however, did not remain long up, and was unsuccessful in his object.--The Minnesota and Wabash are both off OlOld Point. At the Rip-Raps persons on the Kahukee noticed something like a number of soldiers drilling. The famous Floyd gun they saw distinctly. We regret to report the death of two members of the North Carolina Regiment. They died at the hospital near the encampment. Our visit to this encampment on Sunday afternoon was