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A Praiseworthy act. The following correspondence has been handed us for publication. It shows that our soldiers in the field have their hearts in the right place, and acts a noble example for those to follow who remain at home enjoying an abundance: Headq'rs Hetr's Division, June 5th, 1864. His Honor Joseph Mayo, Mayor of Richmond: Dear Sir --The officers and men of the 26th Mississippi regiment, Davis's brigade, hearing that there is some suffering among the poor women and children of Richmond, have unanimously agreed that one half of their rations for the next two days he distributed among these poor sufferers. You will confer a favor by receiving the provisions and causing the distribution to be made as indicated. I am, sir, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, H Hets, Major General. City Hall, Richmond, June 7th, 1861. To Major General Heth. General: I received your communication informing me that the officers and men of the 26th Miss