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s at the South.the news from the Potomac — a landlord Cowhided at New Orleans, &c. Below will be found our summary from Southern papers: Typhoid fever not the result of camp exposure. The "Army of the Potomac" correspondent of the Augusta (Ga.) Constitutional st, writing under date of Oct. 14, has the following paragraph in regard to the prevalence of that dreadful disease, typhoid fever, which has been so fatal among our troops: An incident which came under my own observatioore dangerous is a thirst for double office in the new Government. We are truly sorrow to see such things in the infancy of a Government promising so much good to the people who compose it. Prompt action of the Augusta banks. The Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist, of the 19th, contains the following item: W. B. Johnston, Esq., the Agent of the Confederate Government, was in our city yesterday, and called upon the banks to ask them to take a part of a $10,000,000 loan, for imme