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up the river yesterday, and firm a shot in the direction of Mackey's Point, but it fell far short of the mark. Gen. Prentiss was captured. A member of the 22d Tennessee regiment writes from Corinth to the Memphis Appeal.-- Many and tandard; but we were repaid in the evening for all our tails, dangers and bloodshed, by receiving the surrender of Brig.-Gen. Prentiss of the remnants of three regiments. Gen. Prentiss surrendered himself personally to private Simms, of Capt. BatheGen. Prentiss surrendered himself personally to private Simms, of Capt. Bathel's company, who conducted him to Col. Freeman who, after receiving his sword and returning it introduced him to the regiment. The shout that went up on hearing that we had so distinguished a prisoner, might have been heard for miles the die of the surrounding battle Gen. Prentiss graciously acknowledge the compliment thus indirectly paid him, by doffing his hat, and, in the politest manner possible saying: "Boys, you have a right to shout, for you have fourths like tigers." He is one of the