young man was a young lady, and the fact was established beyond doubt by a soldier who was raised in the same town with her and knew her parents.
She acknowledged the corn, and begged to be retained in the position to which she was assigned; having been in the service ten months, she desired to serve during the war. Her wish was accordingly granted, and she is still at her post.
We learned the facts above stated yesterday, and took occasion to visit the barracks, and was introduced to Frank Martin, (her assumed name,) and gleaned the following incidents connected with her extraordinary career during the past ten months:
Frank was born near Bristol, Pa., and her parents now reside in Alleghany City, Pa., where she was raised.
They are highly respectable people, and in very good circumstances.
She was sent to the convent in Wheeling, Va., at twelve years of age, where she remained until the breaking out of the war, having acquired a superior education, and all the accomplishm