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he poor sick soldiers here, only 90 miles distant, and several trains a day constantly in motion. Recently, however, I learn that Beauregard has given orders to purchase freely of vegetables and fresh meat, so that the needy portion of the army will be soon supplied.--Most of the sick have been sent away. Whole regiments are indisposed and unfit for duty, but this is only a temporary illness, resulting from the causes above stated. They could fight if necessary to- morrow. Yesterday we sent through the lines one hundred and nine Federal prisoners, who have been paroled. Probably the same number of Confederates will be paroled by the enemy. Apologetic.--If anybody complains of the stupidity of this letter, tell the "he, she, or it," that your correspondent is on his back, platonically enduring the most perseveringly pertinacious of chills and fever, and that his head is at this moment buzzing like the inside of an overturned bee-hive. Yours, woefully, Quel Qu'un.