There has been no later intelligence received The Express of Saturday has the following terms from the town:
A gentlemen who has recently been within one mile of Suffolk
Informs us that the following well known citizens have been arrested by the Yankee
since the advance of our forces, and are now in jail: Dr. R. H. Webb
, John R. Kilby
. B. Wilson Norficet
, Wm. D. McClenny
, Irija Lanston, Elisha Everett
Richard, Mr. Hazar
, Robert M. Darden
, Mills H. Riddick
, John of Coubon H. E. Phillips
, H. L. Tynes Dr. Robert Tynes Henry Rawls
The dwellings of the following persons, most of them very valuable, have been burnt by the enemy:
Sathenid E Fruder, Nathaniel G. Norflect
, Richard F. Riddick
, John D, McClenny
, R. Smith
, Thomas Crigge
, Francis H. Rawla
Shells were thrown through several buildings without giving the any notice whatever among the residences thus served is the elegant of HcKim L Esq.
In George H. Smith
was shot down while at morning to from her behind which a number of Yankee pickets had taken sheller.
She was carried into Suffolk
badly wounded, so far is unknown within our lines.
a well known free negro living near Suffolk
, has been hung by order of Gen. Longstreet
was quite active in extending aid to the invaders, and a targe quality of corn and bacon known to have been stolen by the Yankees
was found secreted at his house.
The Bethlehem Church
, a beautiful building about three miles from Suffolk
, has been shamefully desecrated.
The trees around have been cut down, the blinds of the building torn away, the glass broken, the seats and pulpit burnt, the gallery floors torn up and carried off, and a large space cut out of the middle of the floor of the audience room.
Here the vandals have placed dirt and built fires and cooked their meals.
On the walls of the Canterbury obscene pictures have been drawn, and obscene phrases, too indecent for repetition, are everywhere prominent.