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f one hundred renegades, who, like himself, should have deemed it a dear privilege to fight for their native State. Having been considerably annoyed by members of the 62d Georgia regiment, (Col. Griffin.) Hoggard has been lying in ambush for Capts. Bowers and Davis, of the above command, and had but recently sent them a message that he would capture them at an early day, or lose his life in the attempt. But sometimes would be captors are themselves captured, and such has been the late of the unfortunate Hoggard. Hearing that Hoggard would visit his wife on Friday night last, Captain Bowers dismounted his command and proceeded cautiously to the residence of Hoggard, in Bertie county, nine miles from Windsor. Arriving at their destination, unobserved by the enemy, Hoggard's home was speedily surrounded, and a loud rap at the door given. "Who's there?" inquired a feminine voice from an upper window. "Friends!" was the quick response.-- "What will you have?" inquired Mrs. Hoggard.-- "