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ur Southern exchanges details the following conversation which he had between Capt. Hull, of Georgia, and a relative of Lieut. Sayre, in relation to the wounding of Lrate troops, while in the front ranks, Lieut. Sayre fell within five feet of Captain Hull, the latter thinking that the former had fallen for the purpose of reloading his fire-arms. In a moment Lieut. Sayre called to Capt. Hull, "For God's sake don't leave me here to be murdered." Captain Hull, with two of his men, immediateCaptain Hull, with two of his men, immediately fell back to Lieut.Sayre, made a litter by tying two coats together, for the purpose of placing him upon it. At this moment some person representing himself to be and tendered his services.--Lieut. Sayre took off his sword and handed it to Captain Hull. The surgeon took the sash and bound up Sayre's wound, who was then carried, as would have been his comrades if they had remained longer with him. Captain Hull felt certain that his friend was wounded only near the right knee. When