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name will long remain among us as a religious example for the living. The Baton Rouge correspondent of the Delta furnishes the following: The Confederates, numbering some two or three hundred cavalry, under the respective commands of Capt Bryan, Capt Henry Gentles and Capt Bob Pryme (all late residents of this town,) ambushed a squad of the 4th Wisconsin Cavalry, under Lieut Williams, whom they killed, and wounded one or two others. Two of Bryan's men were captured — Pughes and Hough. Hughes had his horse killed, and therefore surrendered. The object of the raid was to pick up men and mules, (horses would not be objected to,) and we believe they were tolerably successful. They even came to open daylight, under the very nose of the videttes, and took mules and teams from Gen Bernard's plantation, now occupied by Goodale &Co, situated close to the city limits. The police reports are full of all kinds of small rascality. Two men had been arrested for shouting for