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s disappointed. Poor fellows, I have not heard from them since I left Richmond. Had any one of them been sent with me it would be much more pleasant for me, and nothing worse for them, as I could have relieved their sufferings in many ways. If my letters have not been received, I fear their friends and themselves will think I have forgotten them. I sent you the names of all the wounded from Richmond last August. If you receive it save it, as I have lost the copy. I have written to Colonel Tompkins and Captain Decorsey, but got no answer. You will be delighted to learn Colonel Corcoran and the officers confined with him are in good health. They were removed here with us. Lieutenants Connolly and Underhill, in fact all the officers and men, are in good health. My dear wife, I received my trunk and box, together with four letters from you, on Christmas Eve. From circumstances that I will here after explain, it was impossible for me to write until New Year's morning. Your likene