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Arrivals at the Libbby.

--Since our last issue, ninety odd Yankee prisoners have arrived at the Libby, including the following officers:

Surgeons L. C. Woodman, Eleventh Michigan; and William H. Gardner, Thirtieth Kentucky; Atant Surgeons A. H. Hunt, Twelfth Ohio cavalry; J. T. Harper, Thirteenth Kentucky cavalry, and William J. Crauge, Eleventh Michigan; Captain J K. Furrow, Eighth Ohio Cavalry; and First Lieutenant C. D. King, Twenty fifth Kentucky cavalry .

These Prisoners were all captured at Saltville; the surgeons being left behind by Burbridge to attend to the Yankee wounded in the fight which took place there a short time since.

One hundred and three have also been received from Danville.

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