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stern Virginia. Both pocket maps; by Husted & Henning, of this city. Cooper's Cavalry Tactics; including manual for Colt's revolver, and Maury's skirmish drill for mounted troops. Richmond: J. W. Randolph. A Manual of Military Surgery; or hints on the emergency of field, camp and hospital practice; by S. D. Gross, M. D. Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle and Sentinel office. Gillham's School of the Soldier, and school of the company, for infantry and rifle drill, Augusta, Georgia Bryan & Thompson. These are all small and convenient editions; for sale by J. W. Randolph. Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the Confederate States; by Colonel William Gillham, Instructor of Tactics in the Virginia Military Institute. Richmond: West & Johnston publishers. This book stands very high amongst military men. In noticing it we are gratified in being able to pronounce the printing of it as excellent — indeed, unsurpassable for a work of the kind. It
Personal. --Among others who arrived at the Spotswood House yesterday, were J. R. Bryan, Gloucester; H. Mitchell, John Hamilton, Maryland; Alexander Dudley, Virginia; Col. W. M. Levy, Second Louisiana; Dr. P. H. Carnell, Louisiana. . The Mayor yesterday remanded James Smith and Elijah Berr, for fighting in the street; Edward Sullivan charged with being implicated in the abduction of two watches belonging to John E. Wadsworth, was committed until the 2d of September; Wm. Dannison was committed for drunkenness and racing people about the streets.