s, and then turn her into a pirate.--Baltimore Patriot, August 9.
The Nineteenth Regiment of Indiana Volunteers passed through Philadelphia for the seat of war.--N. Y. Herald, August 9.
F. K. Zollicoffer was appointed a brigadier-general in the rebel army, and assigned to the command of the Department of East Tennessee.
On assuming his command, he issued a proclamation assuring all who desire peace, that they can have it by quietly and harmlessly pursuing their lawful avocations.--(Doe. 171.)
The Massachusetts Fifteenth Regiment, under the command of Colonel Charles Devens, left Camp Scott, Worcester, Mass., for the seat of war. This regiment is armed with the Springfield musket, and numbers 1,046 men. They are all tall, muscular men, possessing the lightness of limb and full development of natural powers which denote the true specimen of a soldier.
Their dress consists of the regular army uniform — gray pantaloons, blue coats, and hat, which is as neat and useful a t