has roueiveJ a lattor f rom her husband ! whiuh cDiivnys tho gnttüying ititelü-i gunuo that lio is ucirjur4, ihhough u pr'mnner n Richtnond. He was struck duríng ihe áotion by a spent bal], tho effects o which wero only temporary. Trio letter tatos that lia wa cipturel in thw vvise : Ha hatl poHted orie f tho regimentsnf his división in a partiü ular looality, and dming his absence it was removed without his nrder r inowlodge. VVhen ho returned from anotber part oí the field tha placo wu-h occupied by a reb 1 ruyiinerit, and it being diirk ho rode int the tnidst of the eneíny, was suiTimnded nnd carried to Gen. Lea's hcadquartera as a j oner of war. fjE" Among the conilit ionn of snle by an unctioncer in n midland county, was the following: "Tliohighest bidder to be the buyer unless same geni'eraan Wda a little more." ''