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d at Camp Cartile, where his father is also in custody. All the troops, except two companies, have left Benwood and Bellaire for Grafton. Billy Wilson's cut-tergats. Wilson's Zouaves were to leave New York, via Jersey City, on Wednesday. Their destination, it is stated, has been altered, and, instead of going to Fortress Monroe, as was originally intended, they will proceed to Washington. Rev. Mr. Nash, of St. John's College, at Fordham, has been selected as their chaplain by Bishop Hughes. They are, however, past praying for. The Herald says. Colonel Wilson's men were mustered into the service of the United States some six weeks ago, and have been ready and willing to depart for the seat of war ever since that time; but up to Monday they had not received either camp or garrison equipments, uniforms or arms. They borrowed thirteen muskets to do guard duty with, of which one had a broken lock, and consequently was entirely useless; they had seventy five men on duty e