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een briefly noticed: Captain Jenifer a few days since arrived at Carlisle Barracks, in command of his company from Texas. A few days after he obtained leave of absence from his commanding officer, Major Thomas, for the purpose of visiting his friends and relatives in this State and Virginia. On reaching Baltimore on the day of the fight, and perceiving that as an officer of the United States Army he would soon be called upon to take part against his native State, like Col. Magruder, Col. May and others, he tendered his resignation, to take effect on the 30th of April inst. The only reason why his resignation was not to have immediate effect was that he might have time to settle his accounts with Government. Having concluded to make this change in his plans, he started back the same evening to Carlisle Barracks, for the purpose of informing his commanding officer of what he had done, forwarding his baggage and taking his horse to Baltimore. On reaching Carlisle, he learned th
A telegraph line for military purpose is now in process of construction, and in a few days will be completed from Winchester to Richmond. The authorities of Queen Ann's county, Maryland, have appropriated $20,000 for the defence of the county. Andrew Jackson Smith, late United States Consul at Laguayra, Venezuela, died at Galveston, Texas, on the 14th inst. The Louisiana Guards, and Montgomery Guards, (two companies each,) have volunteered in New Orleans for Virginia. It is stated that Col. May, late of the U. S. Army, has tendered his services to Governor Morgan, of New York. Gen. Hall, of New York, has a son in the Army of the Confederate State, and another in the Seventh Regiment. Rev. R. F., Jude, who tell from the parties of the Capitol, in Nashville Tenn.,