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s which were distinctly heard. The Mercury announces the following military appointments: Under the bill to raise a division of 10,000 volunteer troops, his Excellency the Governor has made the following appointments: Gen. M. L. Bonham, of Edgefield, Major General; P. H. Nelson, of Sumter, Brigadier General; Major T. G. Rhett, late of the United States Army, now on the Western frontier, Brigadier General; Samuel McGowan, of Abbeville, Brigadier General; A. C. Garlington, of Newberry, Brigadier General. Miscellaneous. Yesterday, at the office of Esquire Horne, fourteen Irishmen were sworn to support the Constitution and laws of South Carolina, to obey her Governor and other officers set over them, and to defend the State against its enemies. They were recruits, enlisted in the service of the newly independent State.--Memphis Appeal, 16th inst. When President Jefferson Davis passed through Jackson, Miss., on his way to Montgomery, Ala., for inauguration, t