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n of the winter campaign in this State, there can be no manner of doubt. The preparations now in progress here are unquestionably all to that and Grenada, Jackson, Vicksburg — these are the prizes offered to any of our "enterprising" Generals who will go and take them, which can be done with less than half the hard fighting required to hold this point. But, in order to get them cheap, we must move at once, at once "Delays are dangerous." Disposition of prisoners. The capture of Mrs. Turner, Miss Buckner, (with $300 worth of quinine in her bustle,) and B. Bailey, while trying to make their way into our lines near Centreville, has been published. A letter from Washington to a New York paper says: They were from Washington, in a carriage loaded with sundry family stores, in which was found quinine and morphine, worth in the South $10,000. On the person of Valley was found a large contraband mail. He preached in Washington last Sunday, and preached in Richmond in the la
The captured Yankees from Fredericksburg. --In the raid made by the abolition forces on Fredericksburg Sunday, five of their men, belonging to Indiana and Ohio cavalry, were captured, and have since been brought to Richmond and lodged in the Libby prison. Their names are John W. Rea, Francis M. Pritchard, Geo. Byard, Franklin Bartlett, John Turner, No officer was captured, as reported.