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ad escaped. We asked prisoner if he was the General. He replied, No; the General went to Wilmington this morning; that he was Captain Kelley, of the Engineer Corps, and on the staff of the General; that the officer who had escaped was Adjutant-General Hardeman, etc. Captain ordered him to dress himself without delay, and prepare to go with us. He (Captain Kelley) was terribly excited, and exclaimed: What, you take me, surrounded by my own troops! For God's sake, who are you! Up went the pister this they became quite sociable. The Colonel said he much regretted he could not invite me into the Fort; but said he: You have already seen more than I wish you had. Refreshments were brought on, and we had a very pleasant chat. Adjutant-General Hardeman, who was there, (I told him I had his blanket, and the circumstances connected with my taking it,) laughingly said that any body who could think of being cold at such a time, etc., deserved an admiral's commission. The Colonel said tha