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the "De Kalb regiment," which was recruited in this city, is expected to arrive home in a few days, probably this week, as their term of service will expose in a day or two. The regiment is composed of Germans, and their countrymen are making arrangements to give them a reception. The regiment left the city three years since one thousand and forty strong, out of which one hundred and fifty only are expected to return. The Slockads running — capture of the Pavensey. A letter from Beaufort, N C, noticing the capture of the blockade running steamer Pevensey, says: The vessel and cargo cost originally at least half a million of dollars. Much of the goods and stores have been so seriously damaged as to be rendered worthless. Captain Dove, acting commander in this port, has detailed detachments from several vessels to unload her. On Sunday the schooner Home, Gilbert, master, brought away several thousand pairs of shoes. There were seventy-five thousand pairs in all on boa