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Two hundred and thirty-three wounded Yankees, left by Hunter in hospital at Staunton, have arrived at Lynchburg. Lieut. Gen. Longstreet was in Columbia, S. C., last week.
Lexington. --A cadet recently from Lexington confirms the statement of the burning of Governor Latcher's house by Hunter. He also states that they burned the private residence of Colonel Williamson and Major Genham. The headquarters of Averill were in the yard of the Zer De White, just on the suburbs of the town. Captain Matthew White, brother-in-law of the late Gen. Paxton, was murdered, it bring alleged by the portion that he had been killed by one of their men.