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llows, until further notice: Twenty-four ounces of bread for twenty cents, twelve ounces for ten cents, six ounces for five cents.
Purchasers of bread from whom a higher price is exacted will report their names, the name of the baker, and leave a loaf of the bread purchased, and a statement of the price paid, at any police station or with any assistant provost marshal.
No movements of Federal troops is mentioned.
A letter in the Petersburg Express, from Norfolk, says:
In Norfolk and Portsmouth at this time, there are not over 500 soldiers, in Suffolk, about 3,000.
We very seldom learn of the arrival of a Petersburg or Richmond paper, therefore are in total ignorance of the gallant deeds we feel assured that our boys are achieving.
Negroes are leaving in vast quantities; they are brought from Isle of Wight and adjacent counties.
I wish you could have witnessed our Union Fourth of July celebration.
It contained 20½ citizens including the Portsmouth delegation; 7