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off than before the evacuation. Then everything was high, but money never was so plentiful; now everything is still high, and money never was so scarce. Gen. Vicle has issued an order prohibiting traders from selling more than one pound of tea and a half bushel of salt at any one time. At first this order was incomprehenservants wages. Is it not outrageous? And how can we endure it? The authorities boldly acknowledge that they know no distinction of color. And the Governor is Gen. Vicle, whom the Norfolk ladies were so infatuated with. So kind, so polite, so lenient. Better say shrewd and cunning, like the rest of the Yankees and their masterroperty as they need it. The gentleman who has been occupying Dr. Wm. Selden's elegant mansion, to take care of it in Dr. S.'s absence, has been ordered by Gen. Vicle to vacate it, as he wishes it for his headquarters. They say this is only the beginning of what they intend to do. Curtis's free papers. The following