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Xxiv. March, 1863 Removed into Clay Street. Gen. Toombs resigned. Lincoln dictator. he can call 3,000,000 of men. President is sick. his office is not a bed of roses. Col. Gorgas sends in his oath of allegiance. Confederate gold $5 for $1. explosion of a laboratory. bad weather everywhere. fighting on the Mississippi River. conflict of views in the Conscription Bureau. Confederate States currency $10 for $1. snow a foot deep, but melting. we have no negro regiments in o
The rumor that Vicksburg had fallen is not confirmed; on the contrary, the story that the Indianola, captured from the enemy, and reported to have been blown up, was unfounded.
We have Gen. Pemberton's official assurance of this.
Col. Gorgas, Chief of Ordnance, a Pennsylvanian, sent into the department to-day, with a request that it be filed, his oath of allegiance to this government, and renunciation of that of the United States, and of his native State.
This would indicate that