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General Albert S. Johnston arrived in this city yesterday afternoon, on the Danville train, having come via Chattanooga, Lynchburg, &c., from New Orleans. He is about six feet high, his face is well sun browned by a Southern sun, he wears a moustache, but no whiskers, is well-built, having no superabundant flesh, has the look as of one trained to command, and presents a soldierly appearance in every respect.
The Courier says Camp "Dick Robinson" is constantly increasing. A negro yesterday swam the river at this point, passing over the falls, and landing, perfectly naked, in Camp Joe Holt. He expressed himself as being the property of Colonel Johnston, of Camp Boone, Tennessee. He was this morning return, under a file of soldiery, to the Jefferson county jail. Col. Rousseau has given Colonel Johnston active of the fact. Hon. Emerson Etheridge left for Frankfort this morning. Colonel Johnston active of the fact. Hon. Emerson Etheridge left for Frankfort this morning. From Washington. The Washington Star, of Tuesday last, says: The Government here have telegraphic advices from Gen. Rosencranz, intimating that all is right with his command, forwarded since the Richmond papers published the account of his alleged surrender to Gen. Lee, which, of course, was utterly false. The President has restated Roger Perry as a commander in the U S Navy. On Saturday last, the President made the following appointments of Brigadier-Generals, viz: Captain G