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General Bregg has for the present moved his headquarters to Mobile, and General Sam Jones is in command in his absence; and Gen. Gladden has gone to Mobile to take command of the brigade formerly commanded by Gen. Pope Walker, and Gen. Jackson has been assigned to the command of this the first brigade. An extensive fire occurred at Bowling Green on the 13th inst., which resulted in the destruction of several large establishments. The soldiers worked hard, and finally succeeded in extinguishing the conflagration. Gens. Johnston and Hardee, in person, directed the movements of the troops. A firm in Wilmington, N. C., is extensively engaged in the manufacture of oil from It is said to be equal to winter-strained sperm oil for machinery. The North Carolina papers call loudly for investigations to be instituted into the cause of our defeat at Roanoke.
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