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The Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 23d, has the following "news" from a released Surgeon: Dr. Fox, of this city, a Surgeon in the army, arrived in the city yesterday, direct from Richmond, wherc., were taken prisoners. After they were captured, the surgeons, ten in number, including Dr. Fox, had some two thousand wounded of both armies to attend to. The conduct of the wounded men is s a Northern man." Major Rey, of the rebel army, who commanded at Savage's Station, treated Dr. Fox with the greatest consideration, and evinced much gratitude for the Doctor's offer to attend th The following are some of the market prices of different kinds of provisions at Richmond, as Dr. Fox found out by actual experience: Beef, 50 per pound; ham 75 per pound; sugar, 70 per pound; coffuncouth looking soldiers of a bold, ferocious, and brigandine appearance. On leaving Richmond, Dr. Fox, with a number of others, was taken to City Point in a large number of ambulances, and transpor