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mple justice to the refreshments spread before them by the fair hands of the patriotic ladies of the city. While the edibles were being dispatched the President and Governor Smith were mingling with the prisoners, and a general shaking of hands and congratulations on their return ensued. In anticipation of a speech by the former a large number of ladies remained on the ground until a late hour, but were doomed to disappointment. The President addressed the prisoners, but, standing on the ground, his remarks were inaudible except to those immediately around him. After the conclusion of the President's animated speech, which was frequently interrupted by the cheers of his auditory, the prisoners repaired to Camp Lee for the night, where preparations had been made for their reception and comfort. By the steamer New York, which brought these prisoners, four ladies came as passengers. Their names are, Mrs. Bradley (and five children,) Mrs. White, Miss Gaston, and Miss Manly.