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From Norfolk. Various Departures — camp cookery — soup — personal Items — drowned sailor — a patriotic young man — shooting at long Range — Charitable fund. [Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk. Oct. 16, 1861. The flag of truce steamer Kahukee took down yesterday some forty Federal aliens.--She had also on board three English gentlemen who wished to leave the country. Among the aliens were a number of women--one of them being a Mrs. Morris, who had formerly been arrested at Manassas as a spy. Dr. Ferguson, a wounded prisoner taken at Bull Run was also allowed to leave. Capt. Milligan, the signal officer, publishes a notice that whenever a flag of truce steamer leaves for Old Point, it will be indicated by a white flag at headquarters. One was a float to the breeze some time yesterday. The question of a serviceable change in the rations and fare of the soldiers is beginning to be mooted. Whatever is most wholesome with only the
Stealing market supplies. --A youth named Richard Morris was before the Mayor yesterday, charged with stealing a quantity of butter and eggs from Richard Osborne, a free negro. The theft was proved by the testimony of Watchman Benjamin Franklin, and the accused was remanded for trial.