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They represent their commissarial as in good condition. Several officers of the regiment, who were captured at the same time, speak confidently of their hopes in obtaining their independence.--These prisoners were quite uncommunicative when questioned in regard to the designs of General Early. Remarkable speech of the little Villain — the question to be Decided at the coming Presidential election. At a grand Lincoln ratification meeting in Brooklyn on the evening of the 14th, Henry J. Raymond, of the Times, made a remarkable speech: He expressed his delight at seeing this evening an indication which gave the lie to the hope of their opponents — that there was such an apathy among the Republicans that, with Little Mac, they would run over the course. Their opponents were welcome to indulge in such speculations; but he congratulated the friends of the Union at the display of interest here manifested in the coming Presidential struggle. (Applause.) The question no