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e Refuted. Helena, Ark., August 22, 1862. To Major-General Halleck, Commanding U. S. A.: Sir: Today, for the first time, a letter from, Gen. Lee, "C. S. A.," dated "Near Richmond, 2d inst," fell under my observation, charging Brigadier General G. N. Fitch with having murdered in cold blood two peaceful citizens. I have no claim to the title, being plain Colonel, but am doubtless the officer alluded to. Some journals landed me, during the late White river expedition, for the alleged haharge in both cases without the shadow of foundation. In fact, however many of them may have deserved different treatment, not a man was killed by the troops under my command except in fair action. I am, very respectfully, your ob't serv't. G. N. Fitch. Colonel 46th Indiana Volunteers, commanding Brigade and the late White River Expedition. A chaplain released. Rev. John McMillan, chaplain of the 100th Pennsylvania, taken prisoner in a recent engagement in Virginia, has been relea