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r resignations, to enter the Confederate service. They have gone to Richmond. Look out for him. Dr. A. Blaisdell, a Yankee Dentist, who for several months past has been suspected as an Abolitionist and enemy to the South. was apprehended by the Cars well Guards, for uttering disrespectful language at the public speaking during their encampment, and, after a decent ride upon a large pine rail, was drummed out of the camp, and ordered to leave the Southern Confederacy. The said Dr. A. Blaisdell left Wilkinson county, Georgia, on the 3d of August, with his wife and one child, and if he is still lurking in any part of the Southern Confederacy, he may be recognized by the following description: He is very tall, large and bony, being over six feet high, with large square shoulders, long nose, large mouth, angular features, blue or light grey eyes, auburn hair, tolerably thin beard, and a quick and pleasant address. Citizen of Wilkinson. Irwinton, Ga., Aug. 13, 1861.