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for voting against ratification of the Ordinance of Secession. He seemed much grieved — said he could not read, and had voted a ticket handed him by one in whom he placed confidence. "Do you think," said he, "I would fight against our people — no sir, never. "I have been deceived." Perhaps there are other cases among the 75 of this character. Capt. Frost, of Company K--the Light Guard, of the First Regiment Louisiana Volunteers--met with a serious accident yesterday, at the camp at Manlove's. He was drilling his company. The men were in position to resist a charge — the front rank kneeling and the rear standing. He approached to give instruction to one of his men in the front rank, as to the proper position in which he should hold his musket. In doing so, the bayonet of the man in the rear pierced his eye. At first the Captain felt no inconvenience, regarding it as a slight pricking, and even continued the drill, but, after retiring to his tent, so intense became the pain,<