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pkins has endeavored to procure tents from the State, but so far has been unsuccessful. During a very severe storm of wind and rain Friday night, his men were completely drenched with rain and their arms saturated. The nights and mornings are very cool up in these "diggins," and having to lay on the ground, with but a single blanket for covering, is not very pleasant. His company takes this occasion to return their sincere thanks to the City Council and citizens of Richmond, for the aid so kindly extended to them in preparing them for service, and will use every exertion to prove worthy of the confidences reposed in them. Should anything of importance transpire, you shall be informed of it. We miss the Dispatch very much, and can't get along without it. The mails are very irregular now, but no doubt it will be remedied after a while. Ned. The staff is as follows: Col. Wm. B. Tallaferro; Lieutenant Colonel, James R. Crenshaw; Major,--Snead; Adjutant, Wm. B. Pendleton.