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and the men would not fail them. Out of a company of seventy-odd men in one of the Illinois regiments, only five men are left fit for duty. Letter from Col. Corcoran. Richmond, Va., April 19, 1862. My Ever Dear Friend --Your letter of the 8th instant reached me, and I avail myself of the earliest opportunity to ree matter of the election of Lieutenant-Colonel might, perhaps, be postponed with advantage. I regret Mr. O'Gorman has not accepted. I enclose a letter to Mrs. Corcoran, and with fondest remembrances to all friends. I remain, your ever most attached friend, Michael Corcoran, Colonel Sixty-ninth Regiment N. Y. S. M. Michael Corcoran, Colonel Sixty-ninth Regiment N. Y. S. M. To Captain James B. Kirker, No. 529 Broadway, New York. Love to Lieutenant Connolly; will write to him in a few days, or as soon as an opportunity permits. Acceptance of resignations. The following order has been issued: War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, April 15, 1862. General Orders, No