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f a siege going on, as indifferently, because as securely, as though I were in my own room. Such is the universal, child like reliance upon the wisdom of the commanding chief. I sent you a telegram yesterday afternoon of the capture of Col LaGrange and his command. I had a long talk with the Colonel. He is a handsome young fellow, six or eight and twenty years of age, with curly head and light moustache. He is courteous and self-possessed, and conversational, though not communicative. fore he was taken and had two horses killed under him. He admits all the recent Federal reverses, and says they are obliged to win a battle or quit. He expresses the opinion that Sherman is an able officer, and that he will possess Dalton. Col LaGrange is from Wisconsin, and is in politics, I suppose, an Abolitionist, though he retains a prudent silence upon matters of the kind. He commands a brigade of cavalry. In reply to a query as to his opinion of our strength, he said he thought we num