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ty, though there are constant complaints of depredations by the Federal soldiers on the property of citizens in Hampton and its vicinity. Yesterday Mr. James Weaver, of this city, left Old Point for Great Bethel, in search of the body of Major Winthrop. If found, it will be brought up on the Adelaide this morning and forwarded to Massachusetts. The definite number of the killed and wounded at Great Bethel has not yet been ascertained. Three of the returning soldiers called at thes enemies, and says: "I gave my orders properly, and, under the circumstances, the battle could not have been managed better. "This I write that the public may not judge me before I have time to be heard. "Captain Haggerty and Major Winthrop, of General Butler's staff, were with me and advising me to do as I did. General Butler has not intimated to me, as yet, that he blames me at all. In haste, yours, "c., "E. W. Pierce." Pairfax Court-House. The Washington Republ