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In Limbo For Taking Something

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A Phihuiclphia correspondent relates the íollowing of ono of ihe prisionera iu confineaieiit at Aquia Greek. I accosted oïie oí tho prisoners, a Union soldier, a droll-looking íellow, with " Well, my tino lellow, what aro you in bul b for ?" " Fr taking sotnethíng," he replied. " What do yon mean?" " Why," said he " one mrning I did nct íeel verv Well, and vvent to seo iho Surgeon, lio was busy writíng al the timo, und when I went in he stopped und lookt'd at me,s.vin2, well, you do lóok bad ; you had botter take Boinutiiiiig.'' He then went on with his writing, and left hirn standing be. bind him. I líxjked round anítt saw nothing I tould tufeeexcept bid wateh and i tooi: that. That's what I am here íor." Ilis explanation was satisfactory, so I dropped tho subject. L2L" I" tba nccount of the marriae ceremonies of the Prince of' Walen, mentinn 8 mufle of a "groomof thu Stolo." Mrs. Partington rtmdiog thia in her ungrammatical way, thinks that a grooni of the stole n this country would be far from beiug a sin-ecure, with so much slealinpr poing on. XT Late advioes from IJermuda state tha Aoglo rebel trado continuos brisk. No Áinerioan vcssel of nar aro at Bermuda, and a line of steamer owned ni Liverpool aro constantly run. ïing the bl'ickade to Wilmington. ]L'-L' A t-pccial to tlie Hiwning Pott, Washington, April 27tli, Sftys: "Tha statement that Mr. Cliaso will shoitly put a loan of ter, year bunds upon tha market is wholly without foundation. ! Neitlier is it truo that any agont of M, i Chase'í is broad is auiliorized to acocpt aloaii of ? 100.000,00'.).


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