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s a week — besides potatoes by the barrel. Thus, both officers and privates have been allowed to have at least a considerable amount of wholesome provisions fer seventy men, and what cause is there for complaint? These facts are derived from the best authority, and are reliable. Let the Northern people do justice to Southern liberality. About 260 troops from North Alabama and Mississippi arrived at Mobile on the 28th. They are the Madison Rifles, 100 men; two companies from Lowndes county, Miss., 160 men. About 400 more from Mississippi were expected to arrive the next morning, by railroad. They are destined for Pensacola. -- A battalion of 130 men left Augusta, Ga., Monday, for Pensacola. The Chronicle says: A most pleasing incident was one connected with the departure. As the Walker Light Infantry were passing through the streets, a gentleman, whose name we did not learn, stepped up to Lieut. Russell, and presented him with one hundred dollars for the use of