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.--Beauregard has "pottered out." He has "kicked the bucket." He has shuffled off this mortal coil. He has gone to that undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveler returns. He is as dead as a door nail. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, who has just returned from New Orleans, writes half a column to prove it, and the evidences are perfectly reliable — we don't think. From the statement of the correspondent of that paper, Beauregard has been a dead man ever since the 30th August, ult. He is, therefore, at the present moment at supper with the worms — not where he eats, but where he is eaten. The bursting of the shell which killed the General's horse at Manassas, likewise wounded the General himself. Two of the pieces of the projectile it was found impossible to extract, so Dr. Stone was sent for all the way to New Orleans, and the Doctor conveyed him as privately as possible to the Crescent city, where four physicians paid him nocturnal visits, until, in much ag