prisoner has been brought to this city.
A Yankee letter, picked up on the battle field, says that the determination of "the boys" in the engagement before Richmond was "to show the rebels no mercy" and give no quarter.
The writer is particularly severe on the "niggers," who, he says, maltreated their wounded at Williamsburg.
He says that not a negro will be spared if captured — the boys have sworn to "annihilate" them.
A muster roll of Capt. Tim O'Meara's company in the New York Tammany regiment shows that out of 7th men enlisted in New York, twenty-nine deserted before they had served six months.
The Federal in Greenbrier.
The Federal are stationed at Meadow Bluff, in Greenbrier, to the number of 3,000.
Parties of 100 and 200 cavalry visit Lewisburg weekly.
From the South-side.
The Petersburg Express, of yesterday, says:
Intelligence from below represents McClellan's army unusually quiet yesterday, so far as c