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ntended destination. This letter, the original of which has been given to Admiral Dahlgren, is dated at Wells Mills, near the Court House. It says that, learning of the approach of some of our cavalry, their boys, as she calls them, lay in ambush and fired on them as they came up, killing among others, the Yankee Colonel who led them. The Colonel, as he fell from his horse exclaimed, "Oh, I am hurt so bad," upon which one of their men said to him."Damn you, make haste, then, and died." A Mr. Arnold is mentioned as attempting to take off his boots, upon which Col. Dahlgren gave him a kick, causing him to desist. He soon died however, and then was stripped of everything he had on except his drawers. In his pockets were $300 in greenbacks. After robbing and stripping him a hole was deg at the forks of the road, and he was there buried.--The next day Jeff. Davis sent for his body, and it was dug up and sent on to Richmond. In the letter allusion is also made to the artificial leg an