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across the Ohio to avoid conscription. A Card from Brigadier-General page. We find the following addressed to the editor of the New York Tribune: Sir: In your issue of yesterday was the following paragraph: "The rebel General Page, captured near Fort Morgan, applied by letter, lately, to his old classmate, Commodore Rogers, for assistance in getting exchanged. The reply was: 'I can do nothing for you. You neither defended your post like a man, nor surrendered like an oicially published in the New Orleans papers; and it would have been agreeable to my desire to have had the whole "proceedings" laid before the public, which I yet hope at some future day may be done. Very respectfully,Your obedient servant, R. L. Page, Brigadier-General. Confederate States Army. Fort Lafayette, December 27, 1864. The Occupation of Sheridan's troops. A letter from Loudoun county, Virginia, dated the 3d instant, says: A cavalry force from General Sheridan's