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friendly interview Capt. Loyden then advanced to meet the latter, who introduced himself as Capt. Saunders, of the Eleventh South Carolina Regiment. The two Captains thereupon engaged in a familiar oth deplored as contrary to the usages of civilized warfare, and which Capt. Loyden informed Capt. Saunders was contrary to the express order of his Colonel, and of all Colonels in the Federal lines, who directed their men, when on picket duty, never to fire except in self-defence. Capt. Saunders next inquired whether Capt. Loyden was in receipt of any authentic intelligence respecting the capturhad reached the Confederate troops stationed in Fairfax county. Capt. Loyden having informed Capt. Saunders that the intelligence was undoubtedly correct, the latter observed that, if so, it was "a he some cigars for himself and his brother officers — that Southern luxury being, according to Capt. Saunders, a rare commodity in the Confederate camp. The two officers then shook hands, and after exc