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table, I cast a glance around, and photograph the following picture: On my right, within reaching distance, sit silently engrossed in cards, a captain from Pennsylvania, a lieutenant each from Maine, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, Ohio. Further on two army chaplains are quietly discussing the past, present and future religious condition of the world in general, and, for aught I know, their own present unfortunate condition in particular. A few steps more to the right, and we find Lieutenant Peacock, of the steamer Fanny, captured by the Confederates at Chicamacomico. He is surrounded by a colonel, a quartermaster and a doctor whose attention he is engrossing by an animated relation of the Fanny's surprise and capture. His description is graphic, and sometimes illumined with touches of humor that convulses his audience. More of him anon, for he is the bright particular star of our "Confederacy." Looking straight before me, I see Congressman Ely bending over his "mess" table, s