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An incident of South-mountain.--At the battle of South-Mountain, Richard Garrabrant, of the Ninty-fifth New-York regiment, was wounded in the shoulders. After dark, missing his regiment, he became lost in the woods and went in the direction of the rebels. He saw a party of men ahead, and called out: “What regiment do you belong to?” They answered: “The Third South-Carolina. What do you belong to?” “The Tenth Virginia,” answered Garrabrant, and made off in the opposite direction, when he soon met some Federal soldiers. He is now lying in a hospital at Baltimore.

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