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Where is Beauregard? The profound solicitude manifested in the North about Beauregard is amusiBeauregard is amusing. For a time they would not permit themselves to believe that he was alive. Convinced of that fa remarks, will be amusing to all who know Gen. Beauregard and his masterly powers of reserve and silence: "Beauregard heard from. "Washington, Sunday, June 9.-- I have heard from a gentlemayond a question, that, on Wednesday last, Gen. Beauregard was at Charleston, S. C.--There he was sematerial aid to the rebel movement. "Gen. Beauregard was well, in fine spirits, and confident the property is "subject to the orders of Gen. Beauregard, commander of the forces of Virginia. Whrnishes positive evidence of the presence of Beauregard in Virginia, if, indeed, that allegation be ct it is intended to sanction is rapacious. Beauregard professes, in a recent letter, to lament thaim thus disguised." It is obvious that Beauregard is somewhere. He is worthy all the interest
Arrival. --Col. Adles, who led a regiment under Garibaldi in Italy, last year, arrived in Richmond yesterday, for the purpose of offering his services to the Confederate Government. Strong efforts were made to induce him to enter the army at the North, but he preferred to fight for a free people, and has, therefore, after encountering various difficulties, succeeded in reaching Virginia. He exhibits scars received in battle under his distinguished chief in Europe, and is ready now to defend a people who are here engaged in a struggle for independence. His interviews with Gens. Beauregard, Bonham, and others, in the neighborhood of Manassas, are represented to have been highly gratifying.