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an, and hopes that his (Denny's) exchange may soon be consummated, that he may once more join his regiment end serve under that General. He represents this feeling as general among the Union prisoners at Richmond. A dangerous lady. Letters to Northern papers from the Valley contain very little of importance. One thus describes a very "dangerous" lady: Mrs. Charles J. Faulkner is the wildest and most experienced diplomat in the Valley of Virginia.--She is more dangerous than Belle Boyd, because she is more adroit, and has larger social influence and greater means of accomplishing her purposes. She is even now almost nightly inviting calories of our young officers to her house. She and her two daughters lavish their most courtly blandishments upon them, and, are they know it, are they have perceived their purpose, all the intelligence they desire is extracted. As a matter of course, our plans, our movements, the number of our troops, and the direction of their march, o