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ll directions. The writer describes the Doctor as one of the chivalry and a bitter secessionist, who frankly gave the Yankees his opinions.--"Gens. Benton and Carr being accustomed to look at the chivalry through their Union prejudices, and being no great respecters of persons, immediately made themselves at home in the Doctoeding is indescribable. We give one more picture of the Southern homes the vandals are desolating. They had passed Grand Gulf, and were two miles inland. "Gens. Carr and Benton are in the van, and halt, panting with excessive heat, and wearied with want of a night's rest, in front of the magnificent grounds of Mrs. Daniel's estate." A fine place, indeed, for Carr and Benton, who seem to know where to stop! The writer proceeds: The residence, with its cupola, its airy galleries, and well high two score of immense pillars surrounding it on three sides, looks like a temple, from its commanding height. It is the grandest residence I have seen in
Sent on. --The examination of Thomas V. Carr, for forging powers of attorney to claims for pay due deceased soldiers heard yesterday before C. S. Commissioner Watson, resulted in the committal of the accused for trial before the District Court on sundry charges.