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ton, Ga., Dec. 28th, 1863. Lieut.-General Harder. Lieut. General Wm. J. Hardee was born in Camden county, Ga., and not in Appling county, as has been stated by some, nor in St. Augustine, Fla., as has been stated by others. He entered West Point in 1834 and graduated in 1838. His first duty as a soldier, after graduating, was performed under Gen. Scott in the Cherokee country of Georgia, which is the same district that is now occupied by the army he commands. In the latter part of 18its publication, the unaltered editions of "Hardee's Tactics, " except that his name is no longer inserted as the author, wishing, no doubt, not to appear as having a "rebel" as their military teacher. In 1856 Colonel Hardee was ordered to West Point, where he remained as commandant of the corps of Cadets until the fall of 1860. when he resigned his commission in the U. S. Army and returned to his native State. He offered his services to Governor Brown, and was by him appointed senior Col