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aches. Thirty two men, twenty from this place and twelve from Picacho, left this place last Wednesday night, to assist the citizens of Pino Alto in protecting themselves from the Indians. The paroled prisoners taken by the Confederate forces in Arizona have left Santa Fe for the States. As far as the military department of New Mexico is concerned, these parties have been fully respected. Capt. Brooks, of the U. S. 7th infantry, and second in rank of the officers surrendered at San Augustin, was at Santa Fe-dropped from the army list, and afterwards arrested. This officer was wounded at the battle of Mesilla, and showed as much as any officer of that command, coolness, and bravery. It is certainly very encouraing for the U. S. officers to do their duty. The secret of this remarkable treatment is probably owing to Captain Brooks having tendered his resignation several months since, on account of his opposition to the war. Lieut. Lane, of the 1st U. S. Mounted Rifle Re