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Samuel M. Price, Esq. In noticing the arrest and retention of this gentleman by the Yankees some days ago, on the authority of a gentleman who seemed to be familiar with the facts, we stated that Mrs. Price had said to a Yankee officer, who approached her on the subject of exchanging Mr. Price for the notorious Rucker, "that she would rather see her husband shot dead than exchanged for suchMr. Price for the notorious Rucker, "that she would rather see her husband shot dead than exchanged for such a man as Rucker — a murderer, traitor, and thief." A correspondent at Lewisburg writes that Mrs. Price objected to the exchange, but not at all in the language attributed to her. She held that Mr. PMrs. Price objected to the exchange, but not at all in the language attributed to her. She held that Mr. Price had done nothing improper as a Virginian, representative, citizen, and that it was unfair and unjust to ask his exchange for one under charges. e language attributed to her. She held that Mr. Price had done nothing improper as a Virginian, representative, citizen, and that it was unfair and unjust to ask his exchange for one under charges.