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The captured Arms.

--A correspondent desires as to call the attention of the proper authorities to the fact that visitors to the battle-field have carried off a large number of fire-arms, which might be made useful to the Confederacy. He informs us that a gentleman, recently at Manassas, expresses the opinion that not less than $5,000 worth have been carried to one county alone, and the inference is that other localities have been similarly "favored." We have heard that an effort is to be made to recover the captured weapons, for the use of our army; but have so definite information in regard to it.

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