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In a bad fix.

--T. H. Crosan, a member of the 33d Regiment Virginia Volunteers, sometime since seized a favorable occasion and made his way over to the Yankees. Among those taken in the late battles near Manassas was Crosan, who was found ‘"hail fellow well met"’ in the camp of the enemy. Being recognized, measures were soon taken to prevent his giving us the slip again. The prisoner has been nought to Richmond, and now awaits his trial before Court- Martial.

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