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ted, he stated that he was a member of the 12th United States Infantry; that he had been left at Fort Leavenworth Sick; and that he reached Washington a few days ago, where he inquired for his Captain, and was in formed that he might be found in Richmond. Leaving the Federal capital, he made his way to this city, with the full expectation of finding Gen. McClellan and his Captain here. In this, however, he was slightly mistaken; and as he seemed to be short of hands, the generosity of Marshal Griswold found him accommodations in Castle Godwin. The 2d South Carolina Brigade--miraculous This brigade, attached to Longstreet's division was under the immediate command of Col. Jenkins, of the Palmetto Sharpshooters, in the bloody fight of Monday evening, June 30th. In a brilliant charge upon a Federal battery, although enfiladed for more than three hundred yards by a battery of twelve guns, which dealt death and destruction throughout their ranks, the brigade never faltered, but