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Gen. John W. Frazer, who surrendered Cumberland Gap, is a native of Tennessee, and was a captain in the 9th U. S. infantry when the war broke out.

A fine Arabian steed, for President Davis, has arrived at Wilmington, N. C., from Nassau.

Among the stump orators in Ohio against Vallandigham was Gen. Thos. F. Meagher.

The swindles of Livingston in Savannah, Ga., alone, now turn out to be over $600,000.

The Alabama nail factory, at Girard, advertises nails at $1.25 per pound.

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