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of that place; The friends of Maj. Anotole Placide Avegno were deeply shocked when the cars yesterday brought his corpse to this city. The telegraphic dispatches had been so conflicting that a painful uncertainly and suspense presalled as to his fate, but this was in a great degree relieved by the reception of late information that he was on his way home, and although suffering much from his wounds was doing well. Maj Avegno was a native of this city, and confrere with the late Col. Dreux and and Major Butler. With the former he was a schoolmate at the Western Military Institute in Kentucky. Having graduated in the law school of the University of Louisiana, he commenced the practice of his profession in this city, in which he was rising to great success, when the call of Louisiana to her sons to rally to the battle-field was heard.--Immediately his whole energies and resources were devoted to this call. He assisted in getting up and organizing the Avegno battalion, after