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ut they disappear so rapidly that the thing is impossible, unless we double our corps of editors, which we can't afford to do. John C. Fremont, the C in whose name usually stands for Charles, was born, at a very early age, in the city of Savannah, Ga., a distinction of which the city of Savannah, Ga., is at present not particularly proud. If, in retiring to the shades of private life, he shall not seek them at the bottom of the nearest millpond, and should escape the chances of being hangSavannah, Ga., is at present not particularly proud. If, in retiring to the shades of private life, he shall not seek them at the bottom of the nearest millpond, and should escape the chances of being hanged until the 21st of January, 1862, he will on that day be forty-nine years old. Just twelve months afterward he will be fifty. His parents of whom he had two, all other statements to the contrary notwithstanding, were not both Frenchmen, as some suppose, but his father was very much so.--The maiden name of the latter has never been satisfactorily ascertained, though it is presumed to have been Fremont. That of his mother was Whiting. She was a very rich young lady, who, at the age of sevent