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him ashore on a boat, which was done. It may be well to remark that the Yankee vessels did not pull down the French flag and hoist the American until after Col. Holland and his men were on board, though they had made themselves known as Americans, and upon Col. Holland requesting to return they told him that they thought he had better come on board. Letter from Gen. Buckner. The Louisville Journal, of the 15th, publishes the following as a letter from General Buckner. Of course, Prentice could not forego the opportunity of exhibiting as a blackguard, and the "bagged rebel," as he called Gen. Buckner, is treated to an extraordinary specimen of the Journal's characteristic style: Fort Warren, Mass., March 4, 1862. To the Editors of the Louisville Journal: Among other luxuries of which I have been deprived since my imprisonment, is the pleasure of perusing those chaste and refreshing notices with which, for some time past, your paper has honored me; and although i