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dark hazel, and would seem to pierce through and through the best holder. His dress is of grey with a browalur hat, which looks to have "seen service," in which is a while plume, fastened by a single star — the only insignia of rank which he bears, if we except a red silken sash. Indian John is scarcely less remarkable in his appearance. Dressed in the costume of a chief, leathern breeches, beads and feathers, with a pipe in the shape of a tomahawk, he is the bean deal in appearance of Chingachgook, the minor here of the Leather stocking tales of Cooper. Many stories have been told of him in connection with his gallant chieftain, but they will have to be left unrecorded for the present. Their appearance is as remarkable as their deeds. In any assemblage, Gen. Thompson would excite attention, while John, his "escort," would be the "observed of all observers." Gen. Thompson and Indian John attended the Theatre last night, where they seemed to enjoy themselves famously.