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aged by the Yankees. The wounding of Lt. Sayre. A correspondent of one of our Southern n Capt. Hull, of Georgia, and a relative of Lieut. Sayre, in relation to the wounding of Lt. S. at Santa Ross: Lieut. Sayre is in the Marine corps, but volunteered (without a command) for the enfederate troops, while in the front ranks, Lieut. Sayre fell within five feet of Captain Hull, the se of reloading his fire-arms. In a moment Lieut. Sayre called to Capt. Hull, "For God's sake don'tth two of his men, immediately fell back to Lieut.Sayre, made a litter by tying two coats together,rgeon, arrived, 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 upon the litter ,) and rejoined the charging Confederates.--Lieut. Sayre was soon after taken prisoner, as would havgton. A letter has been received here from Lieut. Sayre. He is doing well, and is well treated, so