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has played the deuce with our camps.. I have just heard from Hon. Wiley P. Harris, a member of the Congress from Mississippi, that several waring themselves for twelve months. The writer is confident that Mr. Harris was in error. Mississippi is the only State to which it could posuspend the order for fifteen days. This was in consequence of Governor Harris's strong hope of arming these troops. Colonel Munford, in Arkansas and Mississippi the camps were at once broken up; but Governor Harris, of Tennessee, refused to comply, saying: Not a man shall be rarms. Accordingly, on November 19th, he made a requisition on Governor Harris: To call forth every loyal soldier of the militia into wMississippi. A letter to the same purport was addressed to Governor Harris, with a full recognition of the energetic and efficient cooperhorne concluded as follows: Pray present this apology to Governor Harris, and tell him that, if he knew the incessant and ingenious att