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Extracts from Irving's "Life of Washington." A correspondent, signing himself a "South Carolinian," sends us the following for publication. They are so remarkably appropriate to the present condition of things that they will not be found uninteresting and certainly not inapplicable: Letter to Mr. Laurens. "I cannot sufficiently express the obligation to you for your friendship and politeness upon an occasion in which I am so deeply interested. I was not unapprised that a malignan me that it has ever been my unremitted aim to do the best circumstances would permit, yet I have been very often mistaken in my judgment of the means, and may in many instances deserve the imputation of error."-- XXVIII Ch., III. Vol. Life of Washington. Treatment of prisoners. "Suppose the treatment prescribed for the Hessians should be pursued, will it not establish what the enemy have been aiming to effect by every artifice and the grossest misrepresentations, I mean an opinion of