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Col. Zarvona --This distinguished victim to the implacable hatred of Line in and his minions arrived in Richmond yesterday from Petersburg, having been exchanged several days since at City Point. Yesterday Col. Zarvona had so in a view with Gov. Let her, and was warmly welcomed by him. He afterwards reported to Adjutant-GenCol. Zarvona had so in a view with Gov. Let her, and was warmly welcomed by him. He afterwards reported to Adjutant-General Richardson for duty, and visited Gen. Winder. He was every where welcomed with a warm greeting, and the expression of sad-faction at his having escaped the horrors of Fort Lafayette--endured by him since 1861--was universal. From long confinement in a dungeon, the health of Col. Zarvona has been much impaired. On his way fCol. Zarvona has been much impaired. On his way from Fort Lafayette he was put in Fort Delaware for two weeks. He reports that Capt. Ro. W. Baylor, of the Jefferson county cavalry, is retained there and referred an exchange, the Yankees say because he fired on a flag of truce. This Bay for pronounced a fiction. Before his capture he was very energetic in his movements against