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se nests will soon be broken up. Order from Gen. Huger concerning Letters sent to Yankee land. For the information of the public, we inert the following order: Headq's Department of Norfolk, Norfolk, Va., Dec. 26, 1861. Hereafter no letter exceeding one page of or tinary-sized letter paper will be sent to the United States by flag of truce. Benj. Huger, Jr., 1st Lieutenant and A. D. C. A Patriarchal Patriot. The Louisville (Bowling Green) Courier, of the 17th inst., says: We were informed yesterday by a gentleman who knows the party and many of her descendants, that there is at present living in Loudoun county, Va., a lady named Mrs. Rosset, now nearly one hundred years of age who has no less than seventy-six of her descendants — children, grand children and great grand children, serving their country in the Confederate army. Numbers of her family live in Kentucky--Mr. A. K. Long, of Union county, being one of her great-grand sons.