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ide of the river. They have ruined the country about Huntsville, I am told, by taking all the provisions from the plantations. My opinion is that they will endeavor to starve the people into submission, and to force them to sell them their cotton. I send you a list of gentlemen that the Din col have in prison in Huntsville; Dr. Thomas Fearn, Ex Gov R. Chapman, Bishop H. C. Lay, Geo P. Buirne, Esq Wm. Acglen, Samuel Clue, William McDowell, A. J. Withers, G. L. Mastin, J G. Wilson, William Harris, Wm H. Moors, Thos. J. McCalle. The Princeton fight. We learn from a most reliable source (says the Lynchburg Republican) that in the fight near Princeton, Mercer county, the other say, between Gen. Heth's force and the Yankee under Cox, the Federal loss was 211 killed, wounded and prisoners, 70 of whom were killed or mortally wounded Col. Wharron's 51st Virginia regiment acted a conspicuous part in the fight, and behaved with the greatest courage and discipline. It was only 3