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been published. The disease is also raging at Port Royal, S. C. A correspondent of a New York paper, writing from that place on the 1st instant says: The dread pestilence seems to have confined itself to the worst vicinity of the headquarters where its immediate ravages were made. Officers, upon Gen. Mitchell's Staff, and those immediately surrounding him, were the first attacked. The death of Capt. L. A. Warfield, which I mentioned in my last letter, was followed by that of Capt. J. C. Williams, Aide-de-camp to Gen. Mitchell.--These two cases were followed by the illness of General Mitchell's two sons, both upon his staff, and Captain J. J. Elwell, Assistant-Quartermaster, and then the disease spread so rapidly as to create great alarm and anxiety. The disease appeared to be so confined to that one spot — head quarters — that Gen. Mitchell removed to Beaufort, but, unfortunately, too late. The seeds of the fatal malady had been sown here, which soon carried him away. On T