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Mr. George Jones. Mr. George Jones, alias Count Jeannes, has recently made a speech in New YorMr. George Jones, alias Count Jeannes, has recently made a speech in New York on Boston aristocracy, the war, and the next Presidency. Many people in this city remember Mr. Ge we think, in 1840--Mr. George Jones and Mrs. George Jones were daily paraded before the people of e expired after many convulsive throes; and George Jones, the most impudent humbug that even Boston ety with great bitterness. Even Beau Hickman, Jones's equal in the art of securing a dinner or driese traits. But then Butler is more selfish. Jones seeks only notoriety, and were he master of a hose arts most esteemed by him and his people, Jones and Butler were born very near each other. Jotheir egotism, cunning, and unscrupulousness. Jones is the best of the two, because the least avarr the codfish aristocrats and the millionaire, Jones boasted, "I'm like an India rubber ball — the te laughter.] But it may be wondered how Jones, so wrapped up in himself, and his bitterness [6 more...]
Pretty good work for one brigade. --A writer in the Lynchburg Republican gives the following results of the operations of Brig. Gen. Wm E Jones's brigade during its last campaign of seven engagements: The fruits of these engagements have been 1,767 prisoners, between 300 and 400 of the enemy killed and wounded, 152 wagons, 7 pieces of artillery, and about 2000 horses and mules. All this has been done during an unusually severe winter, without tents, without comfortable clothing, almost shoeless, and with horses worn down by constant use and scarcity of forage.