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undred and twenty-seven. The French Admiral and his staff came from Norfolk yesterday. Another letter from Colonel Corcoran. Captain John Breslin, of the 69th regiment New York State Militia, has received the following letter from Col. Col. Corcoran: Columbia, S. C., Feb. 3, 1862. My Dear Friend: Although I have not written to you since my captivity, my apparent neglect has not been occasioned by a want of the very warmest affection, which has and will remain unaltered undculars. I have not heard from him since he left nor from New York later than 31st December last. I hope you see Mrs. Corcoran occasionally. I wrote to her on the 7th ult., also to Captain Kirker on the same day and on the 20th. Please present manner; also to Lieutenants Hare, Dalton, Butler, and Capt. P. Kelly, and believe me your most obedient friend, Michael Corcoran, Col. 69th Reg't N. Y. S. M. Dion Bourcicault and the Abolition press of America. The following letter f