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he is occupied with his pen, assisted by young Hale, of the Navy (a nephew of Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy,) who has volunteered as his Secretary. Ely is a man of fine social qualities, popular and gentlemanly, and has the distinguished honor of being President of the Richmond Prison Association. To his left may be seen the fine manly form and handsome face of Colonel Cogswell, of the regular army, who is pacing to and fro in deep study. Upon him devolved the command after General Baker's death, at the battle of Ball's Bluff. He is reserved, but is possessed of many qualifications that command respect and esteem from his prison associates. Near me, on the left, may be seen the slight yet agile figure of Colonel Lee, of the 20th Massachusetts, (taken at Ball's Bluff,) who is earnestly engaged in conversation with two visitors, one of whom, I hear, is the Episcopal Bishop of Virginia; the other a divine of note from the same State. Colonel Lee has a warmth and earn