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Dr. Smith, Professor in Union Theological Seminary, and owing to the late arrival of the Central cars on Thursday night, could not appear in Friday's paper, as was intended: Staunton, July 18. To the Editors of the Dispdtch:--With N. C. Read, Esq., of your city, I telegraphed you to-day that this company was safe, though prisoners. As the relatives of its members are very much scattered, I take this method of informing them that I learn by a gentleman (more direct from Beverlytigue and fasting, and sent a flag of surrender to Beverly, into which place they were marched on Saturday morning. By the best accounts which can be had, it is believed all are together, with the exceptions mentioned in the telegram sent you by Mr. Read and myself. It is known to many near the college, that I came to look after the safety of this company, and if necessary and possible do whatever I could for their comfort. Having a son in it, I have used every means of accomplishing my pu