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is reaches you the papers, no doubt, will have informed you of our removal from Charleston to this city.-- We left Charleston New Year's morning, and arrived here late in the afternoon. There was a military escort in attendance, commanded by Capt. Schiver. At the depot, and along the line of march, there was, of course, the usual number of curious spectators; but they showed no disposition to insult or wound our feelings. Arriving at the jail we were agreeably disappointed.-- We were shown tup. There is a temporary building erected in the yard for the privates. There were 150 men confined in this jail before we came. Their quarters are in the main building. They all speak in the highest terms of the kindness shown to them by Captain Schiver, his officers and men. I expected to find some of the members of my regiment here, but I was disappointed. Poor fellows, I have not heard from them since I left Richmond. Had any one of them been sent with me it would be much more ple