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Northern Illustrations of the War. The Northern Illustrated papers of recent dates are full of "good things." In Frank Leslie, of the 2d, is a cut of "Rebel farmers in Virginia shooting unarmed soldiers." A view of Richmond, as seen from a balloon — rather indistinct. A very good view of Fredericksburg, Va., Norfolk, and various pictures of battles in which the rebels are ragged, ugly and fugacious as ever, and the Union soldiers neatly shaved and dressed and bold as lions. The papers were furnished us by L. T. Bland, of Dreux's Louisiana Battalion, who picked up a Yankee letter at Williamsburg, requesting a Union soldier to send home some gold and rebel skins to make shoes.--While a prisoner at New York Mr. B. replied to this letter, but never received an answer.