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A Georgia volunteer, who has been actively engaged in scouting on the line of the Potomac, says he has got so used to roughing that be can sleep soundly in the bed of a stream, with nothing but a sheet of water to cover him. An altercation took place in Raleigh, North Carolina, between Mr. W. W. Holden, of the Standard, and Mr. Robinson, of the State Journal. No serious damages to either party ensued. Hon. Benjamin F. Dunkin, one of the chancellors of South Carolina, has been elected to the Appeal Bench, as Associate Justice, in place of F. H. Wardlaw, dec'd. A private letter from Savannah, Ga., dated the 27th ult, says Gen. Sherman, in command of the Federal invading force, off Port Royal, has sent word that he would dine in Savannah on the Wednesday following. Dr. Griswold, of the 38th New York Regiment, one of the prisoners sent to Charleston from Richmond, died in that city on the 30th ult, after a short illness. The Augusta (Ga. papers give the following quotations as the prices of Augusta factory goods 7- 8 shirtings, 10 ½ cents; 4-4 sterlings 12 cents drills 13 cents cenaburgs 14 cents.
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