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Georgia Regulars. --The First Regiment of Georgia Regulars, a splendid body of trained soldiers from Dixie's land, eleven hundred strong, under Col. Williams, arrived in Richmond yesterday evening, via Petersburg Railroad, accompanied by a splendid band, and proceeded to their camp at the Reservoir.--This regiment is armed to the teeth, and ready for action. They belong to the Regiment which is to be commanded by General Robert Toombs, late Secretary of State.
From the Northwest. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Monterey, Va., July 20, 1861. So many reports have gone forth about the killed and prisoners of Gen. Garnett's command, that I deem it a duty to send you the names of the men who were killed or taken prisoners in our regiment, (Jackson's) If come one in each regiment would do the same, it would relieve a great deal of anxiety which is being felt by persons having friends or relatives in the army. Staff Officers.--A. C. L. Gatewood, Lewis M. Thomas. Privates.--Charles Williams, Wm. Alexander, James Critcher, M. A. Winston, Jno. Walker, James Andrus. A. [We regard the suggestion of our correspondent as excellent, and hope it will be complied with. --Eds. Dis.]