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r two regiments of infantry, and four companies of cavalry are here in my possession. As companies are formed and reported to me by telegraph or express, I will accept them for twelve months, arm them and move them forward as rapidly as possible towards the enemy. Let every man who has a Southern heart, and the bodily strength for service, enrol his name in some company, and be ready to march at a moment's warning. T. C. Hindman,Col. C. S. A. The Cuyler and the Bartow. The Apalachicola Times gives a long account of an engagement between the U. S. steamship Cuyler and the privateer Bartow. The latter sailed down the harbor and was approaching Dog Island Light-House, supposing the Cuyler was of too heavy draft to cross the bar. She was, however, suddenly confronted with the Cuyler, who fired some twenty-seven shots and shell at her from a rifle cannon. The Bartow also put into the fight, but her metal was too light for her balls to take effect. Finding the steamer too