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inet without the stain of dishonor upon his name. The Colonel had been sent in by Gen. Beauregard to turn over to Gen. Halleck some sixty-two prisoners recently captured near Fort Heiman, Tenn., (and released under parole not to bear arms against the Confederacy until regularly exchanged,) and to see what Gen. Halleck would agree to in the way of a general system of exchanges. He was escorted by Beauregard's body- guard, a fine body of cavalry from New Orleans, under the command of Captain Dreux. It might be ungenerous, after the very pleasant interview we had, but our officers could not repress their suspicion that there was another object besides the release of sixty-two paroled prisoners, and that they were desirous of learning precisely where our lines were, and what more they could by penetrating them as far as possible. The writer then gives a report of the conversation, which turned upon politics, the war, and kindred subjects, and was conducted with perfect courtes