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Winchester — Miss. Breeden and Miss. Sherrard — were lately sent out of the lines by Sheridan, and have arrived in Richmond. Dr. Boyd, Messrs. Williams, Conrad, Bell, and others, who were sent North a short time since, are in Fort McHenry. They are as well as could be hoped for under the circumstances. Their place of confinement is the old stable loft — a most infernal hole — where the greatest exertions and cautions are necessary to keep clear of disease, filth and vermin, and where they are daily annoyed with the call of the roll by a Jew sergeant and the presentation of the detestable oath. From the Trans-Mississippi. Late accounts from General Price's army state that he is in the Kansas line with a large army, and the Yankees dread a hostile demonstration in the direction of Little Rock; which fear may not be unfounded, as General Price is within striking distance of that place; and, in addition, other forces are in such a position as will allow them to co-ope