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The Louisiana Guards. --The following is the roll of the two companies of Louisiana Guards, which arrived in this city on Monday evening: Captains.--C. E. Girardey, F. W. Rawle. Lieutenants.--E. D'Aquin, H. W. Montgomery, H. R. Kenna, S. M. C. Montgomery, Edw'd Murphy, P. W. Semmes. Sergeants.--Chas. Knowlton, J. R. Fell, F. O. Armstrong, H. H. Bein, Geo. Cammack, J. R. Juden, P. M. Baker, A. G. Lapice. Corporals.--Chas. Thompson, Jas. Buckner, L. Servary, H. O. Janin, B. C. Cushman, J. B. McCutcheon, A. V. Bignon, N. McIhado, Jr. Quartermaster.--Dwight Martin. Assistant Quartermaster.--John McKee. Ensign.--A. M. Riddle. Privates.--J. A. Adams, J. C. Abrams, John Anderson, F. Aram, G. S. Adams, J. M. C. Baker, J. T. Block, W. S. Broaddus, J. M. Brown, Chas. Bateman, H. C. Briggs, Oscar Beauman, John Brady, Isaac Barnes, J. F. Black, F. L. Brogden, J. N. Brickell, C. W. Cushman, Archibald Campbell, P. J. Curley, Wm. Curley, John Carew, W. T
render of the fortress will soon occur. The large additions made and constantly making by Gen. Bragg to his army are intended to resist the midnight, thievish raid that the Federal troops are said to contemplate against Alabama, and especially Montgomery, should the fortune of war, by favoring their cause, enable them to assume the aggressive. If the degenerate fellows that are said to be congregating about Pensacola shall remain, in obedience to their natures, owed with fear and respect for tmissioners is anxiously a waited. The applications for Army appointments are quite numerous--South Carolina, the of chivalry, furnishing rather more than her quota. Some of the aspirants exhibit great impatience, and press with unabating urgency their claims. One young gentleman from the Charleston Citadel, applying for a commission as Second Lieutenant, visited the President at his house, ate with him for three or four meals, insisting all the while upon his appointment. Montgomery.
shows a still farther material falling off; the entries for consumption during the past four weeks fall nearly three millions below the corresponding period of last year, and as compared with 1859 the difference is even more marked, the decline being over six millions. The amount withdrawn from warehouse, and the total thrown on the market is a little over one-half less than last year, and about five millions less than 1859. The following Southern news was received last night: Montgomery, May 5.--Congress was in secret session all of yesterday. The injunction of secrecy was removed from an act passed providing for the formation of a regiment of Zouaves. A resolution was adopted allowing all persons in the slaveholding States desiring patents to file caveats with the Attorney General. Gen. Beauregard and Mr. Russell, correspondent of the London Times, have arrived here. There is nothing new here from Pensacola. Mobile,May 5.--The Continentals, one hundr