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that he "Wasn't glad to see them." He can now serve out his second term, and is justly entitled to the appellation of "an old offender." The capture of C. Jennings Wise. When the Zouaves had brought back the boats that were endeavoring to escape through Shallow Rock Bay, Wise, mortally wounded, was taken to the house of Wise, mortally wounded, was taken to the house of Mr. Samuel Jarvis, which had been converted into a hospital for the rebel wounded. He was shot in the arm, both legs, and mortally wounded in the left breast, the latter being the result of the Zouaves' fire. General Burnside shortly after visited Wise and assured him that everything due to his position as a wounded prisonerWise and assured him that everything due to his position as a wounded prisoner would be cheerfully accorded him. The wounded rebel was too low and weak to be conscious of the fact that the soldiers of the nation against which he had raised his treasonable hand were now his friends, ready to minister to him in his dying hour. The loss of the enemy is, without doubt, much below ours. They had their usual