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ide view of affairs in the Grand army. Among the numerous private letters found on the field after the battle of the "Seven Pines," are that serve to illustrate the ignorance and beastly propensities of the writers, but we occasionally come across one exhibiting a practical view of affairs that renders its publication a matter of interest to the Northern reader. The following extracts are taken from a letter written by a young man in Pittsburgh, Pa. (May 23d.) to his taker, Capt. Alen'r Hay, of the 61st Pennsylvania regiment, Gen. Keyes's corpsd'er--Should his sentiments by any accident ever be subjected to perusal at the North, there is reason to believe that the author would be arrested on the charge of treason: * * * * From what we can learn, it looks as though the rebellion was about "played out. " At every point they have been beaten, and for some months past they have not gained anything of particular or lasting benefit, while we have steadily advanced, sweeping every