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very pink of the chivalry, have fallen in estimation, and no one is willing to do honor to the prisoners relieved by General Burnside. All award bravery to O. Jennings Wise, but his father has so fallen in public estimation that he is proclaimed on the streets of Norfolk as a coward and poltroon. In his escape from Nag's Head she rode thirty miles on horseback, notwithstanding he had previously reported himself to be too ill to remain on Roanoke Island at the head of his command. Wise and Floyd now rank together as "the fleet-footed." giving a new interpretation to the F. F. Vets, as signifying "Fleeted Footed- Virginians!" by informant assures me that Wise would be if he were to appear in the streets of Norfolk or Richmond. He has retired to his farm in Princess Anne county, branded in public estimation at a braggart and coward. The estimation in which Floyd is held in Virginia is scarcely less enviable. His military escapades in Western Virginia has damaged his reput