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Among the exchanged prisoners recently arrived at Savannah was Captain N. A. Sturdivant, of Richmond, who was at one time reported killed by the enemy. Captain Sturdivant, it will be remembered, is the gallant officer who captured an expedition at Smithfield, Virginia--some three hundred Yankees — and sunk the gunboat they came in. He has well earned promotion, which, we hear, will soon be accorded to him.

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