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The body of a soldier found near Big Lick in Roanoke county, Va., has been identified as that of T. Lyle, from Mississippi.

Lieut Mahlon A. Hensley, of the Bedford Rifle Greys, died of typhoid fever in Lynchburg, Va., on the 20th ult.

Col. W. S. Kennedy, of Washington, N. C., proposes to raise and equip a rifle company for the war, at his own expense.

Col. Lackland, of the 2d Virginia Regiment, had his horse shot from under him in the battle of Manassas.

At Norfolk, on Wednesday last, the thermometer indicated 90 degrees in the shade.

John Wyman, the ventriloquist, was performing in Washington at last accounts.

Mr. Jacob Day, a well-known citizen of Baltimore, died last Monday evening.

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