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Paroled officers. The following officers have been paroled at Savannah, and most of them have arrived here: Colonels Withers, Forty-second Virginia; Edgar, Twenty-sixth Virginia battalion. Lieutenant Colonels Nelligan, First Louisiana; Hodges, Eighth Louisiana. Major King, Sixty second Virginia. Captains Thorpe, Cole, Heffner, Sturdivant, C. R. Skinker, W. C. Nicholas, B. Johnson. Lieutenants Miller, Tenth Virginia; H. L. Opic, Twenty-sixth Virginia cavalry; White, Twenty-seventh South Carolina. The exchange which has been inaugurated at Savannah will be transferred to City Point, about one hundred Confederates having died on their passage South. We have so far received about three thousand prisoners, and have just commenced the delivery of Yankee prisoners.