Wc regret to hear that Col. Buodaead of the First Michigan Cavalry was taken prisoner by tho robuls duriog one of tbo late series of engagement in Virginia. - Col. 15 bas filled inany posts of honor in this State, and always witb honor. Ho served in the Mcxioan war iu tho ouly regiment Michigan was callcd upon to furnish, and won a reputation for g.illant bravery whioh lie has niaintnined in the present contest. If the rebel government abides by the cartel recently nigned by its authority Col. B. will soon be excbangcd, and will "at 'era agaio," but wö foar he will be placed iu durance vile undcr the order threatening with diré vengeanco tho officers of Gen. Pope. - A later report says that Col. IJhodiiead was severely wounded n the lungs and niakesno mention of his being prisoner. L3Èf" Tlie $100 bounty (25 in ndraooe) is still paid for reernits for the oíd regiments. Enlist and avoid the draft. LL" We noticod Maj. Morris of the 16th in onr city a day or two since He s looking very thin.