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ation in the ancient town of Salisbury, on the 4th of July last, while a prisoner there.
During the remarks of Col. C. he was frequently interrupted by applause.
Col. Magi, of the 331, replied in a few remarks, in which he said it was well enough for men to cheer, but it was men with guns that were wanted.
After cheering Col. Corcoran and others, the line was formed and the 33d proceeded to Virginia.
Col. Corcoran has been commissioned a Brigadier.
General, to date from July 21st, 1861, the day on which he was taken prisoner at Bull Run.
The arrival of the New Levy troops in Washington.
Washington is again resuming its former military liveliness, by the arrival and departure of troops — On Saturday evening the 122d Pennsylvania regiment arrived.
It is commanded by Col. Emlen Franklin, who rendered efficient service during the "three months" campaign.
This regiment is between 1,000 and 1,100 strong, and was raised entirely in Lancaster country.
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