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ish gentlemen in the war, the corps to be called the "Alexandria Cont Guards, " In honor of the Princess of Wales. These heroes are all to be men of good position, to equip and mount themselves, to wear uniform of the national colors, and to exhibit the metro "Right against Might," thus exactly reversing the watchword of their brethren in the Federal ranks To improve the idea, the projector has written to the Prince of Wales to ask his sanction for the movement. Sixty-four gentlemen have already agreed to take part in the enterprise, but the names are at present wisely concealed. A ball is to be given the night before the troop leaves, and on the following morning at six o'clock the men will mount and ride to Queenstown, where they will embark on board of a Danish frigate. Many horses have been purchased, and the uniform has been determined. Whatever be the success of the scheme, it will at least afford another opportunity for exercising the powers of the Foreign Enlistment Act.
rald'sarmy despatches state that Gen. Kilpatrick has been assigned to the command of the cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland, and will report to Gen. Sherman at once. Gen. Kilpatrick indignantly denies that the orders found on Dahlgren's person were authenticated by him. The Governor of Illinois has authorized the issuing of commissions to officers of negro regiments raised in that State. Gold on the 19th, 169½ Cotton, 90 The steamer Glasgow from Liverpool the 2d, and Queenstown the 4th, has arrived. The London Newssays that measures will be taken by the Opposition for a well organized attack on the Ministry in Parliament. The Timessays that the prospects of the Government have improved since the Easter recess, but there are rocks ahead, viz: the case of Sternfield from the charge of a connection with the attempted assassination of Napoleon, and thinks it should be made as a private member of Parliament, and not as connected with the Government. Maz