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every occasion of outbreak or collision. Lieutenant Talbot. Lieut. Theodore Talbot, who was commissioned by Major Robert Anderson, of Fort Sumter, with dispatches for instructions from the General Government, passed through this city yesterday morning on route for Washington. He was in undress uniform, wore a foraging cap with glazed cover, and having on a citizen's overcoat, did not appear very much like a soldier. He is a man of small stature, resembling, in point of size, Maj. Wm. Gilham, of the Virginia Military Institute. His complexion and hair, however, are light, and light whiskers, a la militaire, adorn his cheeks. He appeared to be about thirty-five years of age, and walked erect and firmly, in true military style. He seemed to be pretty well finished with South Carolina bank notes, which he displayed in the office of the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company when hunting up some Virginia funds, with which to pay for his ticket. Lieut. Talbot is a native o