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f and be heard. * * * * * * Did you get anything at Yorktown that the rebels left? We would like something "secesh" to keep. If you could get anything worth sending, may be you might find a chance sometime — a knife, or pistol, or bayonet, or sword, or anything. Look around. Look out for No. 1. He is a big man. Black's regiment I guess had the choice. Capt. Hall got a flue Bile. Sergeant Gross sent Alex, a rebel letter he found — It was not of much account. * * * * * General Sickles has been confirmed by the Senate at last as a Brigadier-General. and ordered to take command of the "Excelsior Brigade" He made a speech to the wounded of his command in Washington city, complimenting them for their bravery and regretting that he was not with them at their first fight. I saw Capt. McKee yesterday. He is very hard on Curtin, (Governor,) and if what he says is true, there is much cause. He says he went into this war as a family affair, to serve his country, but he fin