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l foe. Colonel John S. Mosby. The Yankee papers have recently announced with a shout of triumph, the death of this formidable "guerrilla chieftain," and a Norfolk journal of late date published a sketch of his life and military career, with the circumstances attending his departure from this mundane sphere. As our readers have already been informed, Mosby was wounded in the groin in a recent skirmish with the enemy, and we now learn that he arrived at his father's residence, in Amherst county, on Sunday evening last. We trust that he will soon be in the saddle again, and that he will live long to carry on his courageous and daring operations against the enemy. From Georgia. The most interesting point in the news from Georgia is that an exchange of one thousand prisoners, captured in the battles around Atlanta, has been effected. The ten days armistice, proposed by Sherman for the ostensible purpose of depopulating Atlanta, but in reality to cover the movements of h