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The Roanoke Island Captures. Under the heading of Capture of "F. F. V's" a recent Northern account says: The prisoners captured in the Forty-sixth and the Fifty-ninth Virginia Regiment comprise a greater portion of the genuine fire-eaters than have before fallen into our hands. The Adjutant of the regiment, Henry A Wise, Jr., is a tall, fine appearing young man, and nephew of the ex- Governor, who happens to have a son of the same name. Company A, commanded heretofore by Capt. O. Jennings Wise, is known at home as the Richmond Light Infantry Blues, and comprises many of the first and most prominent young men of that city. Their capture is a terrible blow to the Clite of Richmond, and will be felt there as the capture of the Seventh regiment would be felt in New York. They are the identical company which treated the Seventh to champagne shower baths when they went to Richmond to escort back the remains of President Monroe; and who, on a previous occasion, entertained the