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eserter from the Northern Army. He held the office of Second Lieutenant in Sickles' Brigade. He can prove this if necessary. Please try to get him an office." It appeared that Von Gelsa was brought to Richmond as a prisoner of war, but with such undoubted recommendations of his integrity of purpose as to enlist the opinion of the authorities decidedly in his favor. He represents that he is a son of Baron Von Gelsa, a General in the Prussian Army, and it further appears that he was with Gen. Sidney Johnston in the famous Utah campaign. Desirous of again serving under his old commander, an arrangement was made by Gen. Winder to send him to Kentucky, and on Friday he was released on parole; but the allurements of the great metropolis led him into temptation, and a big spree was the immediate consequence. The Mayor said he would make the necessary inquiries touching his case, and we learn that he was afterwards transferred to the custody of the military commander of this post.
omplete a production, it must be perused; and it's perusal will repay the reader, as much as one of Macaulay's papers, for the Edingburg were bout to charm the English public. Its style is lofty; its logic irrefutable; its illustrations pure and elegant; and its treatment of the theme complete from Alpha to Omega. It will be one of the first--if not really the first--publication of a miscellaneous character issued in our new Confederacy. The publishers will bring it out in excellent style, and we bespeak for it a warm reception, such as should encourage every enterprise calculated to add to the lustre of the South." We might continue similar extracts from the Charleston Mercury, and other journals, if space permitted. The work will be ready in a few days; one octave volume, pica type, thick paper cover, and published at One Dollar, with the usual discount to the trade. Orders, to receive prompt attention, should be addressed to West & Johnston, Publishers and