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eral contribution of $261 by the ladies for surgical instruments. It has been expended very advantageously. In addition to the distinguished ex-Senator of Texas, Hon. Louis T. Wigfall, who is now on duty at Castle Pinckney, ex-Governor Means, Hon. James Chesnut, Gen. Samuel McGowan, and the Hon. R. B. Boydton, have also tendered their services to Brigadier General Beauregard, and have received appointments on his Staff. General McGowan will act as Quartermaster-General, and General Boylston as Commissary-General. All honor to such gallant Chiefs, who, in the hour of danger, are as ready to draw the sword in defence of their State and a righteous cause, as to vindicate either in our legislative councils. Medical students disposed to volunteer as Hospital Stewards and Nurses should report immediately to the Surgeon General. The time is at hand, if it has not arrived, when all spies in the camp should be detected, exposed and expelled. It is not a time for tolerat