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the fact that this is a Yankee phrase to express excessive fatigue — an orthographical invention eminently worthy of a people who produced the euphonious skedaddle, and have lately given us a practical illustration of it. Treatment of our wounded. It is established beyond the possibility of contradiction, that a number of our wounded, after receiving their wounds, were deliberately murdered by the Federal troops. A gentleman of undoubted veracity, who was wounded in the fight at Coal Harbor, says that after receiving his wound, which was but a slight one, he succeeded in capturing a Yankee soldier, with whom he started to camp.--On the way they passed by a Texan officer, upon whom a mortal wound had been inflicted, and who was at the time well nigh exhausted from the loss of blood. The Texan expressed a desire to talk to the prisoner, which was allowed, and he addressed him, in substance, as follows: "I am about to die and what I state to you I know to be true. When our br