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The Central Cars arrived yesterday afternoon, at 3½ o'clock, bringing a large number of passengers, among them a member of the South Carolina 5th Regiment, who had his hand shot off in the late battle, and is now on his way home. We also noticed one prisoner, a red-legged Zouave. The same train brought down the body of Mr. A. W. Martin, a member of Capt. Harrison's company, of Cumberland county, who died at Culpeper Court-House of wounds received in the late battle.

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