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view Gens. McClellan. Sedgwick, Kearney, and a whole host of lesser lights, all of whom seemed delighted with the appearance and bearing of the men. To show the amount of hard service this corps has seen, we will take two regiments from it as an example. The 31st Pennsylvania volunteers and the 61st New York each came on the Peninsula with near nine hundred men. This morning the first named, now under command of the Major, paraded one hundred and sixty men, while the latter, under Colonel Barlow, could not muster but one hundred and twenty. Returning the Federal wounded. A letter from Westover, July 23d, gives a Yankee view of the proceeding attendant on the transfer of wounded prisoners from Richmond to their boats there. It says: Upon the arrival of the boats at the landing, a corporal, with his guard, was seen wending their ways down from the bluff, and making for the wharf. They stopped at an old frame building, and after stacking their arms, came down to th