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to welcome you home again. Very truly and respectfully, dear lady, I am your obedient, humble servant. Earl Van Dorn, Major General P. A. C. S. Jepf. Thompson still at work — capture of the "Platte Valley." The movements of the invincible and intrepid patriot, Jeff. Thompson, we know to be at all times fraught withJeff. Thompson, we know to be at all times fraught with interest to our readers. If we should lose signt of him for a few days, it is safe to content ourselves with the conviction that he is off planning and making new conquests for the honor and glory of our cause. The following facts as regards his latest exploits, we take from the Memphis Avalanche, of the 22d inst.: "We learn from a gentleman who reached the city last night from Columbus that a report had just reached the camp that Jeff. Thompson succeeded in capturing, on Thursday last, the steamer Platte Valley, with a number of prisoners. The capture was made at Price's landing, on the Mississippi, above Calro. All the prisoners except two too