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A Reappearance.

--Among the prisoners captured by our forces in the late battle near Chattanooga, was J. K. Byler, who, it will be remembered, was tarred and tethered some two years ago, in Savannah, for Abolition sentiments, Byler, it appears, ran the blockade and went to Philadelphia, where he became a Captain of artillery. He was recognized among a recent batch of Yankee prisoners while passing through Augusta en route to Richmond.

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