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e having expired. The regiment was mustered into service in 1864 with 1200 men. At the commencement of the present campaign they counted 320 muskets. They have now dwindled down to about 150, including those still in front of Petersburg. Mrs. Snead, wife of Col T L Snead, of St Louis, long Chief of Staff to Gen Price, recently arrived in that city from the South, having passed the Federal lines without permission from the proper authorities. For this she has been arrested and sent, for tont of Petersburg. Mrs. Snead, wife of Col T L Snead, of St Louis, long Chief of Staff to Gen Price, recently arrived in that city from the South, having passed the Federal lines without permission from the proper authorities. For this she has been arrested and sent, for the present, to Gratiot street prison. Gen. Archer, who was captured at the battle of Gettysburg, has been sent to Maj. Gen. Foster to keep Gen. Gardner company under the fire of the rebel batteries at Charleston.