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ver, when it was ascertained that he was a prisoner, but unhurt. He is a true-hearted Southerner and will not conceal his sentiments even to procure his release; but I hope that after examining his case, and finding him a non-combatant, they will have the magnanimity to release him without insulting him by requiring him to take the oath of allegiance. There is one who was engaged in this fight and was desperately wounded, who deserves special mention. John. T. Beale, a member of Captain E. L. Moore's company, from this place, has been faithfully serving his country ever since the beginning of the war, and had returned the evening before on a visit to his home for the purpose of recruiting his health; but hearing of the movement contemplated, he unhesitatingly offered his services, and was, by one of those mysterious acts of Providence, cut down in the midst of his usefulness. We sincerely trust that his wound will not prove fatal. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon ou
Petersburg items. --The Express furnishes us with the following items of a local character to that city: Loss Tobacco Statement.--The amount of loose tobacco inspected in Petersburg for the year just ended was as follows: 1860. 1861. Centre Warehouse. 1,177,059 1bs. 1,099,720 1bs. West Hill Warehouse. 795,323 Caks Warehouse. 1,080,561 lbs. 670,868 lbs. Moore's Warehouse. 676,956 lbs. 414,556 lbs. Promotions in the Petersburg City Guard.--The resignation of Lieutenant F. M. Wright, of the Petersburg City Guard, left a vacancy in this corps, which has been filled by the promotion of Charles Waddell to the office of First Lieutenant. Peter McEnery has been promoted to senior First Lieutenant, and Orderly sergeant Thomas Shanks to junior First Lieutenant. E. B. Bain is promoted to the office of Orderly Sergeant. Severely Bitten by a Dog.--A young man from the country was attacked by a fierce bull dog while passing Mr. Spicer's factory in