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--The different companies composing Col. Wade Hampton's South Carolina Legion, have already began their march to Virginia. It is composed of fine materials. The following are the field and staff officers: Colonel, Wade Hampton; Lieut. Colonel, B. J. Johnson; Major, J. B. Griffin: Quartermaster, C. L. Goodwin; Commissary. Thomas Beggs; Surgeon, J. T. Darby; Assistant Surgeon, B. Walter Taylor. The following companies under Lt. Colonel Johnson, arrived in Richmond on Saturday morningLt. Colonel Johnson, arrived in Richmond on Saturday morning via Petersburg Railroad: Washington Light Infantry.--Captain, Jas. Conner; Lieutenants--1st, James Lewndes; 2d, T. M. Logan 3d, Theodore Klinck. Davis Guards.-- Captain, W. L. M. Austin; Lieutenants--1st, G. W. Lester; 2d, J. G. W. Lester; 3d, D. William Yeargon. Gist Rifles--Captain, H. J. Smith; Lieutenants--1st, Robert H. Hudgings; 2d, W. H. Mauldin; 3d, Elijah H. Acker. Washington Artillery--First Lieutenant commanding, James F. Hart; 2d, S. Gilman Horsev 3d, Warren R. Marshall; 4th, Pau
The traitor Andy Johnson. This double-dyed villain reported in Kentucky and Washington that he had been fired upon thirteen times in Tennessee by the Secessionists, in his flight from that State to take shelter under the Lincoln Government. His inference from his escape without injury is probably that he wears a charmed life; but he need not lay the flattering unction to his soul. A man born to be hung cannot be shot. The Knoxville Register corrects his statement by declaring that the shots he supposed to have been fired at him, were only shots fired by the Powell's Valley picnic, on the Pinnacle, in salutation of their flag. Johnson thought they were aimed at him. "A guilty conscience needs no accuser."