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d that General Hampton had captured a captain, thirty , and eleven su ers and six su ler wagons. They complain that su rs' goods are needed in the army, but that the overland route is too dangerous. Bold letter from a Northerner. The following is a remarkable letter from Hon. Wm. B. Heed, a distinguished citizen of Pennsylvania, and the Commissioner to China. Before the recent Democratic successes in the Northern elections the writing of such a letter would have sent and man to Fort Warren: Chesnut Hill. near Philadelphia, Nov. 5th, 1862. Gentlemen Nothing would give me more pleasure than to unite in the festival in honor of the recent victory in Pen ; but the short notice and some personal considerations with which I not trouble you, prevent it. Let me hope that before I may congratulate you on the fruit of the political success to the restoration of the fac Constitutional Government at the North, and an honorable peace. It is my firm belief that the para