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The road of South Carolina.

--W. B. Johnston., Esq., of South Carolina, who was appointed agent to record the names of soldiers from that State who have fallen during the war, reports satisfactory progress. His report, made up to the 1st of November, shows as aggregate loss of 4,000 men, of which number 2,250 fell in battle as died from wound, and 1,500 from disease, including a few from accidental causes.

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