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nd of the "Excelsior Brigade" He made a speech to the wounded of his command in Washington city, complimenting them for their bravery and regretting that he was not with them at their first fight. I saw Capt. McKee yesterday. He is very hard on Curtin, (Governor,) and if what he says is true, there is much cause. He says he went into this war as a family affair, to serve his country, but he finds it is only those who eve and teat can get along. Those that have plenty of money can succeed,Quartermaster account, but when he arrived to Harrisburg was told he had but seven men, and therefore had no command. He says by diainy and treachery he was thrown aside, because he was a poor man, and had no money to buy his commission from Gov. Curtin. Now he a poor man at home with his family, while some little "squirt" is marching around, with gold fringe and brass buttons, at the head of the men he enlisted. Audley W. Gazzar, to of Dr. E. D. Gazzan, is the Major of the regiment. Capt