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al summer vacation commenced. Experience of Father Hagan. A letter in the New York Herald, dated Harr Chaplain in the notorious Sickles brigade: Father Hagan, Chaplain of the 4th Excelsior regiment, Sickleswho were defending their rights and their soil.--Father Hagan simply replied that he was a noncombatant, and hcond thought prompted General Winder to send for Father Hagan, and apologize to him for his rude treatment on f Richmond and its environs are one great camp. Father Hagan learned much about the spirit that animates the e, but military knowledge and skill everything. Father Hagan, who has travelled in the South and formed some ern warfare. Colonel Brewster, of his regiment; Father Hagan, the chaplain of his regiment; Captain Burn and vernment the "biggest despotism in the world."--Father Hagan, (before mentioned,) of the Second Excelsior regrequest of the reverend gentleman prisoner. Father Hagan was permitted to enjoy the hospitalities of Bish