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ountry to the d — l, where they are now trying to run it. One daguerreotype of Harriet Beecher Stowe — not so much on account of its beauty as its---- Two barrels of wooden nutmegs, as evidence of the skill, enterprise, and ability of the Yankees to carry on this war one million years or more. One half pumpkin, grown in Connecticut, carried to Texas, and captured in Cork by a Tennesseean, who went hunting his rights in a bold privateer, to be used as a washtub by the prisoners at Camp Douglas, Chicago. One thousand copies of each of the Louisville Journal, containing the highly complimentary letters of its correspondent, Dr. Adonis, on the secesh women of the South, their frailties and follies. When read by the Northern rebel prisoners they (the papers) all to be reported at this post, then distributed to the fair little rebs of Murfreesboro, who are to use them as pillows, (wrapped in the Stars and Stripes, of course,) the better to facilitate their enraptured dreams of b