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truce could not make themselves any more intelligible to Gen. Pryor than to the other officer. At length word was sent to tppears, confronts the one on the rebel side commanded by Gen. Pryor, that a flag of truce appeared in front. He sent one ofmander might wish to make. When the aid converted with Pryor, it came out, for the first time to our knowledge, that thetral ground and had quite an interesting conversation. General Pryor was dressed in the homilies manner, with blue pants, gr would be found and punished. Then it was suggested by General Pryor that if we wished to enter into any such arrangement inon we might make. This was a rather cool statement for General Pryor to make, when so many more of the Confederate killed anno doubt no obtaction would be interposed on our side. But Pryor said he had no proposition to make. Gen. Meagher as proudl throughout, Some of the rebel officers who accompanied General Pryor were Irishmen. They entered into conversation with Gen