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Emmet Guard. --This company is now thoroughly organized, and the following officers, being unanimously elected, have received their commissions: Wm. Lloyd, Captain; Jeffry Mason, 1st Lieutenant; Jas. Collins, 2d Lieutenant; J. H. Adams, 3d Lieutenant.--Non- Commissioned Officers: John Disney, 1st Sergeant; Daniel O'Mahoney, 2d Sergeant; Owen O'Malley, 3d Sergeant; Henry Collius, 4th Sergeant. The company is composed of Irish born citizens, who, ever anxious to strike a blow, like true patriots, against aggression, have enlisted in the cause, hoping that their valor in the field will be equal to their devotion to Virginia, their adopted State. Mr. P. Cummings was elected 2d Lieutenant, but declined that office, and was then elected Treasurer for the corps.
ng on in the country, and read with avidity several copies of the "Sun Extra," which found their way into the camp. About ten o'clock yesterday morning the train seized at the Washington depot came out from Washington in charge of Conductor Collins, guarded by about 100 soldiers. The regiments got aboard and left for Washington about eleven o'clock, where they arrived about noon. Much enthusiasm attended their arrival. About 4 P. M. the train returned in charge of Conductor Duvall, CollCollins being sick, and conveyed the Massachusetts regiment into Washington. A train of burden cars, in charge of Conductor Fairbanks, was taken possession of in Washington on Monday. Fairbanks walked all the way from Washington to this city yesterday. The road from the Junction to Washington is a military road in its strictest sense. Troops are stationed all along the road at convenient distances, guarding the track, bridges and switches. Affairs at Washington. A party of gentleme