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Army of the Potomac. [our own correspondent.] Centreville, Nov. 30th. A few years ago, during the prevalence of the yellow fever in New Orleans, a German peasant by the name of Wm. Bosch, was admitted to the Charity Hospital with the disease. After remaining three or four weeks he became convalescent and applied for a certificate of discharge. During the day a man in the next bed had died, and the certificate of burial and the discharge were made out at the same time; but, by an error of the secretary, the discharge was issued to the dead man, and the body of Wm. Bosch was to be consigned to the dead- house. In the morning when the surgeon made his call, the German came, his face radiant with smiles and held up his certificate to the doctor, "I bin going out, now, herr doctor, " said be. The surgeon read the paper carefully. "Mr. Bosch, this says that you died yesterday evening, how do you expect to go out? " "It vas Lot me, es war todder what died," he repl