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an; and Robt. J. Rowe, a white man, for their commissary. Generals Buckner and Tilghman. We extract from a late number of the Boston Post the following in regard to the manner in which Generals Buckner and Tilghman pass their time in Fort Warren: Generals Buckner and TilGenerals Buckner and Tilghman are the two greatest lions among us. Their residence is at Hotel do Warren, in Boston harbor. They room with Marshal Kane, and, thus faBaltimore, who, be remarked, was an old "townie" of his. Both Buckner and Tilghman censure Pillow for the loss of the army at Fort Donelecalled them, and they were followed in with great slaughter. Buckner is evidently a "buck," and both together are jolly fellows. They are also philosophers. Buckner weighs two hundred, and is solidly built; Tilghman light, and of a nervous temperament. One of the most expe the physiognomy of rogues, says that on the street he should take Buckner for a fighting man or a burglar; and that with his round, hard fac