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eabouts that the Hessians will really give our boys a chance to fight, for they are really suffering for the want of it, and many declare that they will not return to their homes before they assist in giving the Yankees a licking. Let the "tug of war" come quickly, then; it is absolutely painful to delay so long the expected contest, and depend upon it, whenever the conflict takes place, a good report will go forth from the noble Southerners who have met on our shores to repel the villainous aggressions of the hireling minions of a degraded, presumptuous, low-bred and vulgar backwoodsman. I regret to announce the death of Mr. Wm. H. Jordan, of Company. E, of the Second Regiment North Carolina Volunteers. He died yesterday, and his remains left in the cars of the Sea board Road this morning for interment at the home of his relatives. Dr. J. M. Covert, of the city of Portsmouth, has been appointed an Assistant Surgeon in the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States.