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Capt. Fry caught. --A rumor was current yesterday, which is vouched for to us as reliable, that the notorious Captain Fry, bridge burner and traitor, of Greens county, was captured in Lee county, Va. With a company recruited in East Tennessee for Lincoln's service, he was making his way to the Federal lines, but was encounterCaptain Fry, bridge burner and traitor, of Greens county, was captured in Lee county, Va. With a company recruited in East Tennessee for Lincoln's service, he was making his way to the Federal lines, but was encountered by a body of Confederate troops, when a fight ensued--Twenty of Fry's men were killed, and forty, including himself, were taken prisoners.--Knoxville Register, 27th. ty, was captured in Lee county, Va. With a company recruited in East Tennessee for Lincoln's service, he was making his way to the Federal lines, but was encountered by a body of Confederate troops, when a fight ensued--Twenty of Fry's men were killed, and forty, including himself, were taken prisoners.--Knoxville Register, 27th.