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"Took the Oath."

--The Yorkville (S. C.) Enquirer informs us that Lieut. Pemble, one of the captured officers of the Isaac P. Smith, off Stono, and who had been confined with his Yankee confreres in the jail at columbia, has renounced the old Union and taken the oath of allegiance to his proper mother, the Southern Confederacy, and is discharged. Quite a "scene" occurred on the occasion, and varied "phrases" were exchanged, rather more of the marine then of the moral school.

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