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Union men in Norfolk.

We have been furnished a list of the most prominent of those who have openly espoused the Federal cause in Norfolk. The three doctors given in this list are said to be miserable quacks of no reputation or social standing, but are among the most bitter of the whole party, and regular spies and attendants on all occasions at Federal headquarters. The following is the list:

W T Harrison, P H Whithurst, Charles Whitehurst & Son, Simon Stone, Joseph Bunkley, Dr Todd, Dr Dow, Dr Sykes, John H Borum, Calvin Bell,--Williams,--Bateman, John Belote, D Malone,--Bradshaw, John Belote, D Malone, --Bradshaw, John Campbell, and --Green.

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