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Confederate States "for and during" the war. This regiment, we believe, is one of the first, if not the first, that has been raised for the whole were it was raised by Brigadier General Mott, of the Mississippi army, assisted by the Hon. L Q. C. Lamar, of the same State, under an authorization from President Davis. The regiment numbers about 800 men. The following is a list of the officers; C. H. Mort, Colonel. L. Q. C. Lamar Lieutenant Colonel. --Major.* A. R. Govan, Adjutant. Lamar Lieutenant Colonel. --Major.* A. R. Govan, Adjutant. C. M. Thompson, Quartermaster. S. B. Malone, Commissary Oscar Rarbour, Sergeant Major. J. W. C. Smith, Surgeon. W. F. Hyer, Assistant Surgeon. captains of Companies.-- 1. Capt. Macon; 2. Capt. Martin; 3. Capt. Harris; 4. Capt. Coffee; 5. Capt. Mullins; 6. Capt. Vaughan; 7. Capt. Abernathy; 8. Capt. Hamer; 9. Capt. Hardin; 10. Capt. Tison. The regiment is encamped at the Old Fair Grounds, at the head of Main street, where is will be diligently drilled until the exigencies of