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me puts its trustworthiness beyond question. There was a serenade last night to Gov. Curtin, in which he praised the Pennsylvania troops at Drainsville. Congressman Ely followed, saying that he was glad to again be under the national banner. He said he had been treated pretty well in Richmond on the whole, and with special c when they are erecting strong works. They make demonstrations at dam No. without effect. Our Parrott gun at a point is doing some damage among them. Congressman Ely line. From the following paragraph it will be seen that the ingratitude of the Yankees equally disseminates through the low and the high: CongressmanCongressman Ely brings a list of prisoners. He states that there is no an extended and deep Union feeling in Richmond, and that if the national army within ten miles of Richmond, the Federal flag would be hung out from hundreds of widows; but at present there is a perfect of terror. Returned to Canada. Detroit, Dec. 28. --Ar