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t, of course, to conform to the Southern style, but from the finest gray cloth that a man cares to put upon his back. From crown to sole they are covered with Northern goods and manufactures, and at a price just one third of the sum our poor fellows have to expend for a similar luxury. Many have likewise brought with them army bedsteads, cots, camp chests, and other ingenious traps which the exigency of the times has called forth from the contriving brains of the labor-saving, money-making Yankee. * * * *. Among other incidents it is related that an attempt was made by some of the Massachusetts soldiers to induce the servants captured at Fort Hatteras to "take the oath" and become citizens of the State, but the darkies indignantly spurned the idea, and one of them replied that he would "radder be a nigger in de Souf dan a white man in de Norf. For hisself he was gwine to stay wid massa." The following is an Ode written in Fort Warren, and dedicated to the Southern Confede