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to take mail matter on which the postage is unpaid. The result is, these letters and papers never reach, to the great annoyance of those to whom they are addressed, and to the post-office, on whose hands they accumulate in large and unwieldy packages. Cannot attention be called to this fact by all the papers? It will be doing the soldiers a service. Sunday was a bright, beautiful day, and a large audience turned out at the Episcopal Church at Orange C. H., where Rev. Dr. Wilmer, of Albemarle, preached a most able and excellent sermon. Among his auditors were Gens. R. E. Lee, Hill, Fitz Lee, J. E. B. Stuart, and other leading officers of the army, besides many of the private soldiers. Dr. Wilmer frequently visits the army, and his sermons are always productive of good. Our captures in prisoners since Meade first began his forward movement will amount to eight hundred, which will in some measure compensate for the losses at Rappahannock bridge. To-day some fifty or s