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rictures on the commandant. The soldiers get little or no news, except by private conveyance. The men are in good quarters, with rations of bacon, sea biscuit, sugar, coffee, and beans and rice. Everything else that they consume is purchased by themselves. Warrington is nearly deserted by women, and many of its houses are vacant. What is left of its population is composed chiefly of persons whose chief business seems to be to fleece the soldiers. The Haynesville (Ala.) Guards, Capt. Willingham, are ordered home by Governor Moore. It is an independent company, and has been paying its own expenses. The Governor wrote, them that there was no prospect of a fight, and that Fort Pickens would be given up. Thirty of the Lauderdale (Miss.) Rifles have left on furlough, and several members of other companies have left under similar circumstances. The report that Mississippi troops are leaving is untrue. The real cause of complaint among them is the belief (whether true or fals