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reet. Most of the hotels, banks, newspaper offices and stores are located on it. It extends northward into the open country, and southeastward to a suburb called Rocketts. In this latter section of it are situated some of the tobacco warehouses where our Union prisoners are now confined. These are large old brick edifices, of moorable and off-quoted phrase, "Give me liberty, or give me death." The James river and Kanawha Canal. Between this hill and the rickety suburb known as Rocketts there is a large encampment, and I believe there are also batteries here for the defence of the river. I know that there certainly are batteries on the bluffs above and beyond Rocketts. Near here the few steamers and sailing craft that used to trade to Richmond had their mooring places, and here also the James River and Kanawha Canal has its southern outlet into the river. Gov. Letcher and President Davis. I do not believe that, very friendly or confidential relations exist bet