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A Treacherous for. --The Woodville (Miss.) Republican has a correspondent with Gen. McCulloch's army, who was in the battle of Oak Hills, and from whose last letter we extract the following: I desire to mention in this postscript one fact connected with the operations of the enemy that ought to stamp them, not only with infamy, but cowardice, and cover the names of Gen. Lyon, Gen. Seigle, Col. Totten, and Capt. Sturges, of the U. S. Dragoons, with everlasting infamy. Throughout all the battle they displayed no colors over any position that they herd; in no line of battle formed, in no line of march, did the per ous wretches ever unfurl their much beloved Stars and Stripes, while in every regiment and on every part of the battle field waved the Confederate flag. Not once did the cowards fling to the breeze a banner that would indicate their nationality, but, on the contrary, deceived us by hoisting, on one or two occasions, when we pressed them close, a Confederate flag