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Released. --The three French officers who lately came from Washington to Richmond, for the purpose of joining our army, were released on Friday night by order of Gen. Winder from the temporary surveillance established over their persons. They expressed many thanks for the kindness shown them since their arrival here, and have united in a request to be assigned to any post where their services can be made available in the present contest.--Their names are Capt. Vifquerin, Lieuts. De Beaumont and Cipriane. We unadvisedly gave them all credit for having accepted situations in the Federal army, but learn that De Beaumont never was in it, having gone to Havana for the purpose of going to New Orleans, and finding it impossible, afterwards proceeded to New York, whence he went to Washington, and thence with his two comrades came to our camp and asked to be sent to Richmond, which was done.
informed in regard to the various causes which have conspired to create the scarcity, erroneously assert that it arises "from the tariff of prices prescribed by Gen. Winder." That estimable and worthy gentleman had about as much to do with producing the present "scarcity of supplies in the city markets" as the man in the moon had. It is very well known that before Gen. Winder's so called edict appeared, the people of this city were subjected to the most flagrant imposition by parties having anything to sell that might be in demand. The edict was a measure of relief, and hailed by the people as such. There is no doubt that, in some instances, the country pee great body of them — to many of whom it is a necessity of their existence to repair hither. While no doubt a very interesting joust has been going on between Gen. Winder and certain speculators in produce, in which both parties have been striving to show the superiority of their wit, cleverness, skill, and stratagem, the specula