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cents; beans, per quart, 25 and 28 cents. There was no doubt that a considerable division of the army had left for the vicinity of Yorktown by the James river, as well as railroad route. The parties saw several regiments on their way to that place. Before leaving Richmond they heard several times that Jeff. Davis was so indisposed as to be unable to leave his room, whilst Gen. Beauregard was constantly moving from Manassas to Richmond and back, superintending the army movements, &c. Col. Todd (a connection of President Lincoln) had charge of the prisoners, and he treated them at times in the most outrageous manner, being more severe than any of the rest. Some of the prisoners before leaving obtained several Richmond papers, with the intention of bringing them along, but they were searched, and every copy taken from them. One of them wrapped up a pair of old spurs in a copy of the Enquirer and stuffed them in his bosom, but he was discovered in the act, and both paper and