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Georgians Panting for the field. --The Augusta Chronicle says: "We learn that Gov. Brown has received offers of service from 215 companies, exclusive of the first five regiments, and still the offers are pouring in every day."
The New Orleans Typographical Union have established a fund for the benefit of printers who enlist in the armies of the Codfederacy. The American Colonization Society have postponed the departure of the Liberian Packet, from Baltimore, to the first of November. Lieut. Brown, of the Niagara, who was arrested in Boston, has reached Memphis, Tennessee. He was released by the Mayor of Boston.
Dangerous Characters. --One Degrassy Drumwright, who was driven out of Goochland a year since for conspiring with slaves to murder, was arrested here yesterday evening by the Mayor's orders, and put in the cage.--A man called Wm. H. Brown, said heretofore to have been employed at the shipdocks, was arrested by an officer and caged, on the oath of Jerry Fitzgibbon and others, who charge him with making use of incendiary language. After being deposited in the cage, he was bailed out by Alderman Taylor, Mr. Peter C. Tompkins becoming bound for his appearance this morning.