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ing his throat, finding that his imposture had run aground here, changed sides and his field of operations, by going over to the Washington Government. A yet more notorious impostor, who was as worthless and as much of a charlatan as Adler, has followed his example. Count Estevan for some wears. known in this city, has gone over, "horse, foot, and dragoons," to the enemy! This Count, as people here knew, never was a Count, but, according to undoubted authority, was named Brassy, and in Hungary was a valet and courier. He was a noisy and boasting impostor, who swindled everybody who would trust him. He taught the sword exercise, being a sort of master in that way. He professed to be a great Southern man; but finding that he like Adler, had run his imposture aground, he slipped off to the Yankees to find a new field and new dopes. Among the Yankees the valet appears as an author! He adheres to his alias and mock title — is still Count Estevan! His book is entitled "War Pict