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It is stated that President Davis, in his recent visit to Pensacola, was surprised and delighted at the admirable condition of the army, and complimented Gen. Bragg and his staff in the highest terms for the energy, tact and vigor which they have displayed in organizing and disciplining the large force concentrated at that point.

A vessel from Europe, freighted with rifled cannon and other munitions of war for the Confederate States arrived at Savannah on the 20th inst.

The first privateer fitted out in the South--the Calhoun, at New Orleans — is commanded by a Yankee, from Portland, Maine.

Rev. J. H. Stockton is hard at work organizing a third volunteer company in Columbia county, Ga.

The Charleston Mercury says the rise crop is everywhere fine, so far as heard from.

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