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under a sort of protest, a certain, or rather, we should say, a very uncertain, Major Pryor, an active and interesting youth of sixty- two. Twelve years subsequently the matrimonial firm of Mr. and Mrs. Pryor was dissolved by special act of the Georgia Legislature, when the former married his housekeeper, (the result no doubt of a Pryor engagement,) and the latter followed his example by marrying Monsieur Fremont, who had been engaged in teaching the young idea of Norfolk, Va., how to shoot French.--The consequence was, three additional Fremonts, of whom John Charles was unfortunately one. Being a great sponge, he absorbed the notoriety of the whole family, and the rest of them have never been heard of since. Having in due time got to be a man, John Charles knocked about the world for some years with the United States navy; to which fact has unjustly been attributed all the knavery of which he has since been guilty. He then spent a long time in surveying railroads in Georgia, N
the evening he returned to Gen. Whiting's headquarters, and this morning is probably en route for Manassas. Gen. Trimble has been ordered from Evansport to another position, but what it is I cannot say. He has now gone to Centreville, and Gen. French has been ordered to the command he formerly held. Gen. French has his headquarters near Evansport. The facilities for getting letters from here are not very good. The mails leave but twice a week, and one has to depend upon a chance traGen. French has his headquarters near Evansport. The facilities for getting letters from here are not very good. The mails leave but twice a week, and one has to depend upon a chance traveler or a courier. The Richmond papers are seldom seen, unless three or four days old. For the past few days the weather has been fine, and McClellan has no excuse now for not offering battle. The general opinion is that he will advance upon this point, perhaps making a feint upon Bull Run. Bohemian.