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recently announced by telegraph that Jeff Davis has threatened if the Missouri bridge burners are shot that he will, in retalition, hang Colonels Corcoran, Lee, , Wood, and others, who were taken prisoners of war. Five Union men, charged with bridge burning, have already been executed in Tennessee, under the following order, issued by J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of War of the Southern Confederacy, dated Nov. 23, 1861, and directed to the rebel Col. W. H. Wood, in East Tennessee: "All such as can be identified as having been engaged in bridge burning are to be, tried summarily by drumhead court-martial, and, if found guilty, executed on the spot by hanging. d to have been heavily reinforced from Arkansas, and to have collected large supplies of provisions on the road leading from Spring field to Fayetteville. Captain Wood had arrived at Waynesville with twenty-seven rebel prisoners, including five captains, taken between Lebanon and Springfield. Nine hundred prisoners were