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ender of much invaluable country now in our possession." Mr. Denyse (correspondent of the Herald had been arrested and imprisoned at Aquia Creek and tried by Hooker, for giving information calculated to aid the rebels, in saying "the Army of the Potomac would move as soon as the mud dries up "--The Court sentenced him to six months hard labor in the Quartermaster's Department, which was magnanimously commuted by Hooker to banishment beyond the The Herald says he was one of its two hundred army reporters and pitches into the Tribune in a lively manner. [Doch Hooker mean he will not move when the mad dries. He'll see. Meantime let him militate on fuard labor in the Quartermaster's Department, which was magnanimously commuted by Hooker to banishment beyond the The Herald says he was one of its two hundred army reporters and pitches into the Tribune in a lively manner. [Doch Hooker mean he will not move when the mad dries. He'll see. Meantime let him militate on funeral.]