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which they meet their death. We have published a brief notice of the execution of Captain Lawrence Williams and Lieutenant W. G. Peter, of General Bragg's army, by the order of Gen. Rosecrans, ased in Federal uniforms, with their Confederate caps covered with white flannel havelocks. Captain Williams represented himself to be Colonel Austin, U. S. A., and Lieutenant Peter assumed the charactation of the sentence to shooting. The elder and leader of these unfortunate men was Lawrence Williams, of Georgetown, D. C. He was as fine looking a man as I have ever seen, about six feet high, and perhaps thirty years old. He was a son of Captain Williams, who was killed at the battle of Monterey. He was one of the most intellectual and accomplished men that I have ever known I have nevth sadness. The Chattanooga (Tenn.) Rebel has the following relative to the history of Capt. Williams: Every reader who knows anything about our army will remember Captain Lawrence Orton W