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vicinity. The Colonel speaks in the highest terms of the 4th Georgia Regiment. We were favored with an eloquent speech a few evening's since, by the distinguished Joseph Lumpkin, of the Supreme Bench of Georgia. The Ex-Governor has several sons and sons-in-law in the Confederate Army.--Every impulse of this noble veteran's heart beats in unison with the cause of his country. I noticed when he threw back his aged locks from his brow, a calm, determined look was depicted in his countenance, which meant liberty or death Capt. Fulsom, of the Twiggs' Volunteers, leaves our camps for a few days to recruit his health at the springs. He complains of rheumatism, which gives him some displeasure. The Captain is a young man, in the vigor of life, and from his experience in the Kansas war against John Brown, he will prove adequate to every emergency in the present war. I have said this much that his numerous friends everywhere may know the reason why he leaves our camps. Gorman.