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Dixie's Land, it seems, is an air so much admired by the Feds that they cannot bear the idea of giving it up, and our informant states that he was asked a number of times, while among them, to sing it.--He regretted with us that he didn't do so — introducing the little affair at Bull Run. By the-way, speaking of Bull Run, reminds us that while our men were in Castle William, at New York, passengers on the boats would take occasion, when passing there, to tantalize them with cheers for Hatteras. They bore it patiently for some time; but finally regarding forbearance as no longer a virtue, they replied to these cheers, on one occasion, by singing out, "Three cheers for Bull Run!" After that boats passed as noiselessly as a funeral procession, and no more cheers were heard for Hatteras. It seems that the Northern soldiers regard the South as having the best officers, and make no hesitation in asserting the same, whenever an opportunity presents. They have bestowed a new title