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Polk, the Episcopal bishop of Louisiana. who has been appointed Brigadier General of the Confederate army, has been confided the defense of the Mississippi River from Cairo to the ocean, Col. Hardee sharing in the important task. In the Garibaldi regiment are said to be 27 different nationalities, and 18 different dialects spoken — the Italian and German preponderating. Col. Sherman, of the United States army, is now in Harrisburg. Pa., for the purpose of enlisting recruits for the new artillery regiment to be formed there. Major Lloyd Tilghman, stationed lately at Paducah, Ky., has resigned his office in the State Guard, being unwilling to aid in carrying out the policy of neutrality between the Confederate States and the United States. The Vicksburg Sun learns that Col. John Robinson, an extensive planter of Madison county, Mississippi, has raised this year over 2,000 bushels of wheat, which he has placed at the service of the State or Confederate Government.