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A challenge declined. --George D. Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, has declined to accept a challenge to fight a duel sent to him by Roger W. Hanson, who complains that the Journal has slandered him in its editorial columns. Would Not go to the Wars.--In Oswego N. Y., Monday, a volunteer named William Ormsby became so fearful of going to the wars that he procured an axe, and deliberately chopped off the first and second fingers of his right hand. Henry Snoddy, a young Georgian, who was engaged in the fight at Carrick's Ford, when Gen. Garnett fell, died recently in Northwestern Virginia, from wounds received in battle. He leaves a fortune of $100,000, which he has bequeathed his mother, to dispose of just as she may please. Major John T. Cooper, of the Eighth Regiment Georgia Volunteers, died at the Ladies' Seminary of Rev. J. W. George, Culpeper Court-House, Va., on the 6th inst. The Lynchburg Virginian says there never has been so great a number of sold