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A Notable appointment.

--Prince Polignac, of France, has received an appointment upon Gen. Beauregard's staff, with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. He is a grandson of the famous Prince Polignac, who was imprisoned at Ham for his fidelity to Charles X.--He is reported to be in close communication with Louis Napoleon, and upon terms of intimacy with Count Morny. It is to him we are indebted for the insertion in the Paris journals last spring, of various friendly notices of the Confederate Government. He comes highly recommended by our friends in Paris. He is about thirty years old, and exceedingly plain and unpretending. His family has enjoyed the title of Prince for five hundred years.

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