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gret to say that the remains of another volunteer of the Gulf City Guards, from Alabama, were conveyed to his home in that State, on Wednesday. A large detachment of his fellow comrades accompanied his body to the cars in Portsmouth. We deeply feel for his dear relations in a Southern clime, who are called upon to receive the dead body of one so dear, who was greatly beloved. I am glad to hear that there is but little sickness among our troops. The hospital at Old Point, it is reliably stated, is tilled with the wounded and sick. There are almost every sled of vegetable in our market, at the lowest prices, and we have not the least idea of being starved out. There is a large fleet off Old Point. Lusa [A dispatch from Gens. Lee or Beauregard to Gen. Huger, tells him to keep a bright look cut, that in all probability Richmond or Norfolk would be shortly attacked. This seems to correspond with the idea of concentrating a large force at Old Point. Luna.]
orm an old farmer why he did not dine there, and whether he has apologized to the citizens for not coming? If he did not, can you give the people any information? They are anxious to meet him along the railroad, and no doubt his old friends, Generals Lee and Beauregard, and other military gentlemen, would like to see him punctual in attending the places he proposes to dine at. And won't President Davis think hard of him for not comrag? Would it not be well to send a committee to Washington to his old friends, Generals Lee and Beauregard, and other military gentlemen, would like to see him punctual in attending the places he proposes to dine at. And won't President Davis think hard of him for not comrag? Would it not be well to send a committee to Washington to wait on him, and assure him that a conveyance had been and is still waiting to bring him down? and I don't think it would be prudent for him to refuse such competent escorts as Lee and Beauregard. Would it? W. S. C.
North Carolina troops. --The Raleigh Journal, of Saturday last, furnishes some interesting information relative to the troops of North Carolina, a portion of which we copy: We learn that President Davis has consented to receive, in addition to the four regiments already in the field, the 5th, 6th and 11th Regiments of Volunteers. The 5th arrived in Virginia a few days ago. The 6th, Col. Lee's, was to have left yesterday, and the 11th, rendezvoused at Danville, will receive marching orders for Richmond as soon as certificates of the election of the field officers are received at headquarters. The Sixth Regiment State Troops, Col. Fisher, is expected to leave on Monday. The Second, Col. Tew; the Third, Col. Meares, and the Fourth, Col. Anderson, are full and only await some slight equipments to take up their line of march. The Fifth, Col. McRue, is nearly completed, and the right wing will probably leave early next week. When these troops get to their destination, No