ed of Ewell's corps (late Stonewall Jackson's)
A dispatch from Cape Cod, dated the 25th, gives the following exploit of the little Confederate privateer Tacony:
Hynum's Cape Cod, June 25.--A Welfleet schooner arrived here last night, bringing the crews of the fishing schooners Marengo, Elizabeth Ann, Rufus Choate, and Ripple, all burned by the pirate Tacony.
They report that on Sunday last the Tacony burnt the Byzantine, from London for New York, and the bark Godspeed, from Londonderry for New York.
The crews were all sen, New York in the schooner Florence.
The Tacony has burned seventeen vessels since the 12th inst.
Army of the Potomac situation of Affairs on Sunday week — supposed position of the rebel army &c
The correspondent of the New York Times, writing from the Army of the Potomac, June 21, says:
The situation is not materially changed since my last.
Stuart's cavalry still range through the lower part of Loudoun Valley, and hover about o