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Assigned to duty. --Robert Johnston, of this city, (son of the late Capt. James M. Johnston, of the R. L. I. Blues,) who has been in the U. S. Army for the past 11 years, having resigned, has been appointed by the Governor Major in the Virginia forces — and is now actively engaged upon General Lee's Staff.
tributes $20,000 and 2000 bushels of corn to aid in the cause of defending the rights of the South. Drunkenness stalks onward in Philadelphia; sixty-one drunkards out of seventy-one arrests made in twenty-four hours, ending Thursday noon. The newspapers advocate a tread-mill as a remedy. The houses of Bishop Polk, of Louisiana, and Bishop Elliott, of Georgia, at University Place, in the former State, were set on fire and burnt to the ground on the night of the 11th inst. Lieut. Custis Lee, lately stationed at Fort Washington, on the Potomac, son of Gen Robert E. Lee, has resigned his commission in the U. S. Army. The House of Representatives of Pennsylvania has refused to permit the banks of that State to issue bills of a less denomination than $5. Mayor Wood, John Cochrane, John A. Dix, Daniel S. Dickenson, of New York, formerly friends of the South, have come out for supporting Lincoln's Administration. George W. and Henry Coher were executed in Warren,