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icable with you, and we will make our way home from thence on our own account, &c., and we will ever remain grateful subjects of your kindness and magnanimity. We further propose to stand pledged to each other for the faithful observance of the propositions herein made and obligations herein taken by each of us. Sir, we have the honor to be Your very obedient servants. Letter from Capt. Brown, of the Arkansas. At. Mt. Lee's, 20 miles from Headquarters, near Clinton, La., August 7th--P. M. General: I have just met the chief pilot of the late Arkansas. The crew and officers, without loss, got ashore on the right hand bank of the river, opposite Baton Rouge, where they blew their vessel to pieces. They succeeded in getting nearly opposite Port Hudson, where they were, my informant thinks, overtaken by the enemy's horse, the gunboat's also pursuing. It is believed that Lieutenant H. K. Stevens and most of his men, and some few officers, must have been made prisoner