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Badges for soldiers. --We have received the following communication from Colonel Blanton Duncan, of the Kentucky Regiment, stationed near Harper's Ferry: "I would suggest that, to avoid any difficulty about recognizing friends from enemies, Southern troops should all wear blue cockades upon their hats or caps. I intend to have all of my men thus designated, and as it is typical of our cause, it will be very appropriate. In a hand-to-hand encounter we could easily distinguish those who did wear them."
Matrimonial, --A member of the New Orleans Zouaves, a splendid specimen of the Southern soldier, and a gentleman, we learn of considerable property in that city, conducted to the altar of Hymen, on Wednesday evening last, a young lady of Richmond. We happened in at the ceremony, which was performed by Or Duncan, of the Methodist Church, of this city, in the elegant and spacious parlors of the St. Charles Hotel, and could only learn that the name of the happy Zouave was Angus, and that of the bride Pocahontas. The happy pair started at six o'clock A. M., on Thursday, for Yorktown.