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e,) and had come up on a furlough to see their friends and relations. They were dressed in uniforms, and had canteens, knapsacks, &c. One asserts that his name is Dixon, which is no doubt true. The other calls himself Smith, alias Knight, alias Hannah, alias Harris, alias Any-thing else you please. They had what they called a "pass," which reads (as near as I can recollect) as follows:-- "--Harris & Dixon can go to Lynchburg to see ther frends (Signed,) "Capt.--Hammerston." It was written in a very bad hand, and the orthography might possibly have been a "leetle" better. The gent calling himself Harris said, when he was arrested, that Harl occasions, he asserted that he was over seer for a man named Harris, and was a substitute for a man named Harris. He was introduced several times by his "friend Dixon" as Knight, Harris, Smith, Hannah, &c. They are supposed to be deserters from the "Sussex Rifles," stationed down below Norfolk, at Ocean View. They are quartered