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ent.--Another Captain in the same regiment was also shot dead there. French peaches. At the depot at Winchester the rebels found some tin boxes with an elegant illuminated representation of a peach on the cover, and labeled French peaches. An officer broke into one and discovered it contained bad whiskey. "What won't these d — d Yankees invent next?" was his remark. After remaining in Martinsburg till Friday, Fitzgerald found his way to this place. Miscellaneous. Captain Abert, of the United States Topographical Engineers, was cut off near Middle-town, and after four days fatigue and marching arrived here, by way of Hancock, in company with Colonel DeForrest and Captains Hampton and Collis, with their command. Nine rebel prisoners of war, captured this morning by our cavalry, have just been brought into town. Some indignation was exhibited by our soldiers and Union citizens as the prisoners appeared, but all demonstrations of disrespect were suppressed b