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ways 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 inquiries as to the disposition made of the enemy captured at Ball's Bluff. The rebels say that fewer of the Massachusetts officers would have been killed had they not have been too proud to surrender. Federal prisoners at Charleston.letters fr