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ho have marched so far, and fought so well, and who still present so imposing and manly a front, deserve a better fate than exile from the land of their homes. If this army is not ordered away to some distant field of service, I venture to predict that these brave men will yet see their homes before the winter is over. Col. Wharton's 51st is in admirable condition; and Col. Reynold's 50th, at present under command of Maj. Thorburn, is fast regaining the strength it lost before leaving Sewell Mountain. Heth's 45th has not yet reached here. The 20th Mississippi has not yet reached this point, but is expected every day. Its gallant commander, Col. Russell, who is most highly valued as an officer, is absent, sick. I learn that the regiment is in what may be said, under all the circumstances, to be excellent condition. Besides this, there are two other regiments of Southern troops here — the 13th Georgia and Phillips's Georgia Legion. I take it for granted that these Southern tr