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ware that both Governments exercise the privilege of reading our letters, and I fear that I have already fatigued the patience of some unknown reader by the length of my letter. But I will often write to you during my sojourn in the sunny South, always premising that my letters are promptly answered by you. Letter from Lieut. Sloanaker. The prisoners of Company H are under the charge of Lieut. Bradford, formerly a clerk in the U. S. Mint, in Philadelphia, a brother-in-law of Ex-Senator Brodhead, of the same city, and a nephew of Jefferson Davis, and now commanding a company of Mississippians at Richmond, doing guard duty at the "Tobacco Factory." Letter from Col. Lee. A letter has been received in Washington by Capt. Chas. Coudy, Assistant Adjutant General to Gen. Sanders's Brigade, from Col. Lee, of the 20th Massachusetts regiment now a prisoner at Richmond. Col. Lee states that he and the other imprisoned officers, there have been very kindly treated, and makes i