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Col. Wigfall.

--The Richmond correspondent of the Charleston Mercury writes that Col. L. T. Wigfall, who has been near the President, and a sort of special active Aide-de-camp, Adjutant and confidant, since the Government was removed to Richmond, is about to start to Western Virginia as Colonel of a Texas Regiment. He is a representative in Congress; but as fighting is more attractive than legislating, he prefers the former.

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