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ss in captivity and illness. He was forty years of age, five feet ten inches in height, of dark complexion and eyes, his hair of the same hue, being tinged with grey. His wife is a native of Smithville, North Carolina. He has a large number of relatives in Connecticut and Maine. Picket fight on the Potomac. A dispatch from Washington, dated the 10th, says: On Thursday night, a party of rebel cavalry, under a nephew of ex-Governor Letcher, attempted to make a crossing at Muddy branch, on the Upper Potomac. They were met by the pickets of the First New Hampshire cavalry, who drove them back, killing young Letcher and ten of the party. Guerrillas, under one of the Kincheloes, are in force in the neighborhood of Leesburg. The ram Olinde. The New York Commercial says: A letter from an officer on the Niagara, dated Ferrol, Spain, February 18th, states that the rebel ram Olinde or Stonewall was lying close by them. The Spaniards had allowed her to make li