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Atlanta, Ga., October 30, 1862.--Our sanctum was honored yesterday with the presence of Colonel Durant da Ponte, the accomplished chief editor, in past days, of that able journal, the New-Orleans Delta, but who is now on the military staff of General Magruder, and en route for that General's command in Texas and New-Mexico. When New-Orleans fell, Col. da Ponte abandoned the pen for the sword, and has done gallant service for the South with the latter, as he did with the former, when at the head of that popular journal.--Atlanta Intelligencer.

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